Definition of Hemoglobinemia
1. Noun. Presence of excessive hemoglobin in the blood plasma.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hemoglobinemia
Literary usage of Hemoglobinemia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Special pathology and therapeutics of the diseases of domestic animals v. 2 by Ferenc Hutyra (1912)
"The simple hemoglobinemia of domestic animals is principally caused by blood parasites, especially by piro- plasma (see p. 762), more rarely by trypanosomes ..."
2. Handbook of meat inspection by Robert Ostertag, Earley Vernon Wilcox (1907)
"By hemoglobinemia we understand an accumulation of red blood coloring matter, hemoglobin, ... hemoglobinemia and hemoglobinuria are merely symptoms. ..."
3. A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis by Means of Microscopic and Chemical Methods by Charles Edmund Simon (1907)
"... when given hypodermically, or even internally in sufficiently large doses, will call forth a hemoglobinemia which is followed by hemoglobinuria. ..."
4. Text-book of Meat Hygiene: With Special Consideration to Ante-mortem and by Richard Heinrich Edelmann, John Robbins Mohler (1908)
"... will be discussed with auto-intoxications (Chap. VII. 71. hemoglobinemia will also be referred to, under diseases of invasion (page 254) ..."
5. A Text-book of Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory Methods by Leonard Napoleon Boston (1905)
"... readily crystallized, but is more freely soluble than is oxyhemoglobin. It is demonstrable in the blood of asphyxia and in the new-born. hemoglobinemia ..."
6. Clinical Hematology: A Practical Guide to the Examination of the Blood with by John C. DaCosta (1901)
"The term hemoglobinemia is used to designate HEMOGLO- a condition in which the ... Among the most potent causal factors of hemoglobinemia are certain drugs ..."
7. A Manual of general pathology for students by Sidney Martin (1903)
"and led to the destruction of a large number of red corpuscles, the occurrence of hemoglobinemia is conceivable. It is possible, however, that, ..."