hematic

[hi-mat-ik]

adjective

of or relating to blood; hemic.
acting on the blood, as a medicine.

noun


Nearby words

  1. hematal,
  2. hematein,
  3. hematemesis,
  4. hematencephalon,
  5. hemathermal,
  6. hematidrosis,
  7. hematin,
  8. hematin chloride,
  9. hematine,
  10. hematinemia

Origin of hematic

First recorded in 1850–55; hemat- + -ic

Related formsnon·he·mat·ic, adjective, noun

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Examples from the Web for hematic

  • And when these hematic globules are lessened to a certain limit below the normal proportion death ensues.

    Martyria|Augustus C. Hamlin


Medicine definitions for hematic

hematic

[hĭ-mătĭk]

adj.

Of, relating to, resembling, containing, or acting on blood.

n.

hematinic

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