hypobaropathy


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hypobaropathy

 [hi″po-bar-op´ah-the]
1. the disturbances experienced in high altitudes due to reduced air pressure; see high altitude sickness and mountain sickness.
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hy·po·ba·rop·a·thy

(hī'pō-ba-rop'ă-thē),
Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure; not always distinguished from hypobarism and altitude sickness.
[hypo- + G. baros, weight, + pathos, suffering]
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hypobaropathy

(1) Hypobarism, decompression illness.
(2) Altitude sickness, see there.
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hy·po·ba·rop·a·thy

(hī'pō-bar-op'ă-thē)
Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure.
[hypo- + G. baros, weight, + pathos, suffering]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012