- anemic anoxia,
- anemic halo,
- anemic hypoxia,
- anemic infarct
Origin of anemia
Examples from the Web for anemia
But no one could figure out the cause of her anemia until someone asked her more carefully about her diet.
Its relationship to anemia, however, is more complex than the cause-and-effect sequence I learned in medical school.
In 2008, she died with a brain full of tumors that her family now believes was related to the anemia drug regimen.
In Anemia and Chlorosis, the blood cells lack oxygen, and in Neurasthenia the nerve cells are deficient.
In some infants pallor and anemia may persist for months after apparent cure; however, this is the exception rather than the rule.
Anemia, liver complaints, and neurasthenia were also studied as school diseases.Spontaneous Activity in Education|Maria Montessori
The characteristic pallor, which is one of the most common as well as earliest symptoms, is due in a large measure to the anemia.
It is precisely on a par with anemia, dyspepsia or fatigue, or any other like unhappy fact of personal biography.Creative Intelligence|John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen
Word Origin for anemia
alternative (chiefly U.S.) spelling of anaemia (q.v.). See ae. As a genus of plants, Modern Latin, from Greek aneimon "unclad," from privative prefix an- (see an- (1)) + eima "a dress, garment" (see wear (v.)).