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hematic

 [he-mat´ik]
1. hemic.

he·mat·ic

(hē-mat'ik),
1. Relating to blood. Synonym(s): hemic
2. Synonym(s): hematinic (2)

hematic

/he·mat·ic/ (he-mat´ik)

hematic

(hĭ-măt′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, containing, or acting on blood.
n.
A hematinic.

hematic

See hemic.

he·mat·ic

(hē-mat'ik)
1. Relating to blood.
Synonym(s): hemic, haematic.
2. Synonym(s): hematinic (2) .

he·mat·ic

(hē-mat'ik)
1. Relating to blood.
2. Synonym(s): hematinic (2) , haematic.

hematic

1. pertaining to the blood.
2. hematinic.

hematic fetal mummification
a form of mummification in which degenerated blood, resembling melted chocolate has accumulated between the chorion and the uterus.
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Except in the case of plasmatic electrolytes, texts of animal physiology reveal a manifest absence of hematic and urinary normal values from amphibians diagnostic parameters.
showed that HS 1% cream was comparable or more effective than glycosaminoglycan-polysulphate gel in alleviating the signs and symptoms of hematomas or subcutaneous hematic extravasations in a study with 96 white men and women.
Mechanical washing of fat with ringer lactate is supported by studies that showed no damage to adipocyte integrity and protection of AFG from the negative action of hematic cells and components.
High insulin hematic diseases adversely affect corticosteroid metabolism which in turn can promote the synthesis and release of fetal type 2 cells and the fetal lung maturity is delayed consequently.
During first and second winters (126 and 131 days, respectively), liveweight, clinical signs, and hematic indicators of nutritional state were monthly evaluated.
To analyze the hematic values an analysis of variance was used, and the differences between means were inspected using Tukey's test.