hydremia

or hy·drae·mi·a

[ hahy-dree-mee-uh ]
/ haɪˈdri mi ə /

noun Medicine/Medical.

the state of having an excess of water in the blood.

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Origin of hydremia

OTHER WORDS FROM hydremia

hy·dre·mic, adjective
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Medical definitions for hydremia

hydremia
[ hī-drēmē-ə ]

n.

An increase in blood volume because of excessive plasma or water with or without a reduction in the concentration of blood proteins.
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