cryoglobulin

/ (ˌkraɪəʊˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn) /

noun

med an abnormal immunoglobulin, present in the blood in certain diseases, that precipitates below about 10°C, obstructing small blood vessels in the fingers and toes

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Medical definitions for cryoglobulin

cryoglobulin
[ krī′ō-glŏbyə-lĭn ]

n.

Any of various abnormal globulins that precipitate from plasma when cooled.
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