methemalbumin

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methemalbumin

 [met″he-mal-bu´min]
a brownish pigment formed in the blood by the binding of albumin with heme; indicative of intravascular hemolysis.
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met·hem·al·bu·min

(met'hēm-al-byū'min, -hem-al'byū-min),
An abnormal compound formed in the blood as a result of hemes combining with plasma albumin.
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met·hem·al·bu·min

(met-hēm'al-bū'min)
An abnormal compound formed in the blood as a result of heme combining with plasma albumin.
Synonym(s): methaemalbumin.
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