siderosis

[sid-uh-roh-sis]

Origin of siderosis

1875–80; < Greek sídēr(os) iron + -osis
Related formssid·er·ot·ic [sid-uh-rot-ik] /ˌsɪd əˈrɒt ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for siderotic

siderosis

noun
  1. a lung disease caused by breathing in fine particles of iron or other metallic dust
  2. an excessive amount of iron in the blood or tissues
Derived Formssiderotic (ˌsɪdəˈrɒtɪk), adjective
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siderotic in Medicine

siderotic

[sĭd′ə-rŏtĭk]
n.
  1. Pigmented by iron.
  2. Containing an excess of iron.

siderosis

[sĭd′ə-rōsĭs]
n.
  1. Chronic inflammation of the lungs caused by excessive inhalation of dust containing iron salts or particles.
  2. Discoloration of an organ or a tissue by an iron pigment.
  3. An excess of iron in the blood.
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