macroglobulinemia


mac·ro·glob·u·li·ne·mia

noun \-ˌglä-byə-lə-ˈnē-mē-ə\

Definition of MACROGLOBULINEMIA

:  a disorder characterized by increased blood serum viscosity and the presence of macroglobulins in the serum
mac·ro·glob·u·li·ne·mic \-mik\ adjective

Origin of MACROGLOBULINEMIA

New Latin
First Known Use: 1949

mac·ro·glob·u·lin·emia

noun    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MACROGLOBULINEMIA

: a disorder characterized by increased blood serum viscosity and the presence of macroglobulins in the serum
mac·ro·glob·u·lin·emic or chiefly British mac·ro·glob·u·lin·ae·mic \-mik\ adjective

Variants of MACROGLOBULINEMIA

mac·ro·glob·u·lin·emia or chiefly British mac·ro·glob·u·lin·ae·mia \-ˌgläb-yə-lə-ˈnē-mē-ə\

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