hyperthrombinemia

[hī′pər-thrŏm′bə-nēmē-ə]

n.

An abnormal increase of thrombin in the blood, frequently leading to intravascular coagulation.

Nearby words

  1. hyperthecosis,
  2. hyperthelia,
  3. hyperthermalgesia,
  4. hyperthermia,
  5. hyperthermophile,
  6. hyperthymia,
  7. hyperthymism,
  8. hyperthyroid,
  9. hyperthyroidism,
  10. hyperthyroxinemia


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