lycopenemia

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ly·co·pe·ne·mi·a

(lī'kō-pĕ-nē'mē-ă),
A condition in which there is a high concentration of lycopene in the blood, producing carotenoidlike yellowish pigmentation of the skin; found in people who consume excessive amounts of tomatoes or tomato juice, or fruits and berries containing lycopene.
[lycopene + G. haima, blood]

lycopenemia

[lī′kōpēnē′mē·ə]
a condition characterized by a high concentration of the carotenoid pigment lycopene in the blood, the result of ingesting large amounts of tomato products and other lycopene-rich fruits. Lycopenemia patients may develop a yellowish skin color. This term is not in common usage.

ly·co·pe·ne·mi·a

(lī'kō-pĕ-nē'mē-ă)
A condition in which there is a high concentration of lycopene in the blood, producing carotenoidlike yellowish pigmentation of the skin; found in people who consume excessive amounts of tomatoes or tomato juice, or other fruits and berries that contain lycopene.
Synonym(s): lycopenaemia.
[lycopene + G. haima, blood]

lycopenemia

(lī″kŏ-pē-nē′mē-ă) [ lycopene + -emia]
A type of carotenemia caused by eating excessive amount of foods that contain lycopene.