hypocomplementemia

[hī′pō-kŏm′plə-mən-tēmē-ə]

n.

A hereditary or acquired condition in which a component of blood complement is lacking or reduced.

Nearby words

  1. hypochromatic,
  2. hypochromatism,
  3. hypochromia,
  4. hypochromic anemia,
  5. hypochylia,
  6. hypocorism,
  7. hypocoristic,
  8. hypocorticoidism,
  9. hypocotyl,
  10. hypocrinism


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