chloremia


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chloremia

 [klo-re´me-ah]
1. chlorosis.

chlor·o·sis

(klōr-ō'sis),
Rarely used term for a form of chronic hypochromic microcytic (iron deficiency) anemia, characterized by a great reduction in hemoglobin out of proportion to the decreased number of red blood cells; observed chiefly in females from puberty to the third decade and usually associated with diets deficient in iron and protein.
[chloro- + G. -osis, condition]

chloremia

/chlor·emia/ (klor-e´me-ah) hyperchloremia.

chloremia

(1) The presence of chloride in the peripheral circulation (a normal state).
(2) Hyperchloremia—an excess of chloride in the peripheral circulation. 
(3) Iron deficiency anaemia, formerly termed chlorosis.

chloremia

1. chlorosis.
2. hyperchloremia.