methemalbumin

[mĕt′hē-măl-byōōmĭn]

n.

An abnormal albumin-heme complex formed in the blood during diseases that are characterized by extensive hemolysis.

Nearby words

  1. methantheline,
  2. methaqualone,
  3. methb,
  4. methedrine,
  5. metheglin,
  6. methemalbuminemia,
  7. methemoglobin,
  8. methemoglobinemia,
  9. methemoglobinuria,
  10. methenamine


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