hypochloremia

[ hī′pō-klôr-ēmē-ə ]

n.

An abnormally low concentration of chloride ions in the blood.

Nearby words

  1. hypocalcification,
  2. hypocapnia,
  3. hypocaust,
  4. hypocenter,
  5. hypocentre,
  6. hypochlorhydria,
  7. hypochlorite,
  8. hypochlorous,
  9. hypochlorous acid,
  10. hypochloruria

Related formshy′po•chlo•remic adj.


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