Hayem-Widal syndrome(redirected from Widal Syndrome)
Ha·yem-Wi·dal syn·drome(ah-yĕm' vē-dahl'),
obsolete term for acquired hemolytic icterus.
Synonym(s): Widal syndrome
Widal-Abrami disease/immune haemolytic anaemiaA variable set of clinical signs and symptoms caused by haemolytic anaemia, which is now recognised as having an autoimmune substrate and thus is not a disease a sui generis.
Hayem,Georges, French physician, 1841-1933.
Hayem hematoblast - an irregularly shaped, disklike cytoplasmic fragment of a megakaryocyte found in the peripheral blood where it functions in clotting. Synonym(s): platelet
Hayem solution - a blood diluent used prior to counting red blood cells.
Hayem-Widal syndrome - obsolete term for acquired hemolytic icterus. Synonym(s): Widal syndrome
Widal,Georges Fernand Isidor, French physician, 1862-1929.
Gruber-Widal reaction - Synonym(s): Widal reaction
Hayem-Widal syndrome - see under Hayem
Widal and Abrami test - for paroxysmal hemoglobinuria.
Widal reaction - agglutination reaction as applied to the diagnosis of typhoid. Synonym(s): Gruber reaction; Gruber-Widal reaction
Widal syndrome - Synonym(s): Hayem-Widal syndrome