10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAEMATOLYSIS»
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The Medical Press and Circular
this question ; in any case the great variety of the cases in which I have observed
it up to the present time tends to prove that, if haematolysis be not an absolutely
general property of all cancers, it is any rate common to a great number of them.
Seitz, Albert, a case of double tongue, 474- Septic poisoning, definition of, in
accident policies, 306. Sepsis, see puerperal sepsis. Serum, clinical value of
cytology, cryoscopy, and haematolysis in certain surgical exudations of, 472;
George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1902
On the 17th day it was again yellow, and by the 33rd day it was quite clear. These
changes in colour were associated with a diminution of the erythrocytes and
evidences of haematolysis. Gmelin's reaction was always negative; on the other ...
Haematolysis undoubtedly precedes in many instances defective
haematogenesis, but it is a different kind of haematolysis from that which occurs
after the megaloblastic changes have become established. " The peculiar
destruction of blood ...
Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Laboratory, 1905
Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology
“Haematolysis undoubtedly precedes in many instances defective
hzematogenesis, but it is a different kind of lizematolysis from that which occurs
after the megaloblastic changes have become established. “The peculiar
destruction of blood ...
Chabers 21st Century Dictionary
19c. haematolysis see haemolysis haematoma or hematoma /hhms'tooma, he-/ (
haematomas or haematomata /-mat a/ ) noun, medicine a swelling resulting from
bleeding into tissues. © 19c: HAEMAT- + -OMA. haematuria or hematuria ...
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
... catalyze, chromolysis, cytolysis, dialyphyllous, dialysis, dialytic, dialyze,
electrolysis, electrolyte, glycolysis, haematolysis, haemolysis, haemo- lytic,
hemaiolysis, hemolysis, hepatolytic, heterolysis, histolysis, hydrolysis, hydrorytic,
Midline Medical Dictionary
Disintegration of red blood cells, with liberation of contained haemoglobin;
hemolysis; haematolysis; hematolysis. Haemolytic. Destructive to blood cells,
resulting in liberation of haemoglobin; haematolytic; hemolytic; hematolytic.
... USP) (BP) (Pharmacia) Cytoxan Mechanism Side effects suppresses the
migration of neutrophils and stabilises lysosomal membranes of
polymorphonuclear leucocytes chronic haematolysis nausea abdominal pain
peripheral neuropathy ...
Wolfgang Bernauer, John K. G. Dart, Mark J. Elder, 1997
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health ...
... in health and disease. haematology /hé'metol'ojé/ [Gk, haima + logos, science],
the scientific study of blood and blood-forming tissues in health and disease. —
haematological, adj. haematolysis. See haemolysis. haematoma /hé'mat6'ma/, ...
Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis, 2009