sicklemia

noun sick·le·mia \ ˌsi-kə-ˈlē-mē-ə \

Definition of sicklemia

Origin and Etymology of sicklemia

New Latin, from English sickle (cell) + New Latin -emia


Medical Dictionary

sicklemia

noun sick·le·mia
variants: or chiefly British sicklaemia play \si-ˈklē-mē-ə\

medical Definition of sicklemia

sicklemic

or chiefly British sicklaemic play \-mik\ adjective

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