hematotoxic

hematotoxic

 [he´mah-to-tok″sik]
1. pertaining to blood poisoning.
2. poisonous to the blood and hematopoietic system.

hematotoxic

/he·ma·to·tox·ic/ (he´mah-to-tok″sik)
1. pertaining to blood poisoning.
2. poisonous to the blood and hematopoietic system.

hematotoxic

adjective Referring to substances or activities with adverse effects on coagulation, hemorrhage or hemolysis, leading to circulatory collapse. Cf Neurotoxic.

he·mo·tox·ic

, hematotoxic , hematoxic (hē'mō-tok'sik, hē'mă-tō-toks'ik, hē'mă-toks'ik)
1. Causing blood poisoning.

hematotoxic

1. pertaining to blood poisoning.
2. poisonous to the blood and hematopoietic system.
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metabolic products of benzene are uniquely hematotoxic, while
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According to toxicity, snakebite is divided into three major categories: hematotoxic, neurotoxic, and myotoxic.
Environmental chemical exposures that are hematotoxic, damage DNA, or interfere with immune system function are of interest as possible leukemia risk factors (Buffler et al.
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