Derived Formshaemorrhagic or US hemorrhagic (ˌhɛməˈrædʒɪk), adjective
Word Origin for haemorrhage
Examples from the Web for haemorrhage
The tissue changes are oedema, the formation of exudative patches, and haemorrhage.
It is useful in haemorrhage from a gastric ulcer or in haemorrhage from the intestine.
In many anaemias there is a special tendency to haemorrhage.
The chief varieties of haemorrhage are arterial, venous and capillary.
They should always be applied over some bony prominence, that pressure may be effectively used to stop the haemorrhage afterwards.