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hemoclastic crisis

noun he·mo·clas·tic crisis

Definition of HEMOCLASTIC CRISIS

:  an acute transitory alteration of the blood that sometimes accompanies anaphylactic shock and is marked by intense leukopenia with relative lymphocytosis, alteration in blood coagulability, and fall in blood pressure

Variants of HEMOCLASTIC CRISIS

he·mo·clas·tic crisis or chiefly British hae·mo·clas·tic crisis \ˌhē-mə-ˌklas-tik-\
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