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lithemia

or li·thae·mi·a

[ li-thee-mee-uh ]
/ lɪˈθi mi ə /
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noun Medicine/Medical.
the presence of an excessive amount of uric acid in the blood.
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Also called uricacidemia.

Origin of lithemia

<New Latin lithaemia.See lith-, -emia

OTHER WORDS FROM lithemia

li·the·mic, li·thae·mic, adjective
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