hypobaropathy

[ hahy-poh-buh-rop-uh-thee ]
/ ˌhaɪ poʊ bəˈrɒp ə θi /

noun Pathology.

a condition produced in high altitudes, caused by diminished air pressure and reduced oxygen intake; mountain sickness.

Nearby words

  1. hypoalimentation,
  2. hypoallergenic,
  3. hypoazoturia,
  4. hypobaric,
  5. hypobarism,
  6. hypobasis,
  7. hypobetalipoproteinemia,
  8. hypoblast,
  9. hypobranchial,
  10. hypocalcemia

Origin of hypobaropathy


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Medicine definitions for hypobaropathy

hypobaropathy

[ hī′pō-bə-rŏpə-thē ]

n.

Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure.

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