colonorrhagia

colonorrhagia

 [ko″lon-o-ra´jah]
hemorrhage from the colon.

co·lon·or·rha·gi·a

(kō'lon-ō-rā'jē-ă),
Rarely used term for colorrhagia.

colonorrhagia

(kō″lŏ-nō-rā′j(ē-)ă) [ colon + -rrhagia]
Hemorrhage from the colon.

colonorrhagia

hemorrhage from the colon.
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