Hayem-Widal syndrome

[ā-yĕmvē-däl, ä-yäɴ-]

n.

Acquired hemolytic anemia characterized by jaundice, anemia, moderate enlargement of the spleen, increased fragility of red blood cells, and increased concentrations of urobilin in the urine.

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