Medical Dictionary


noun an·ti·gen·emia
variants: or chiefly British



Medical Definition of antigenemia

  1. :  the condition of having an antigen present in the blood <Persistent hepatitis antigenemia has been found to be a problem in the Southeast Asian population.—Michele Barry et al., The Journal of the American Medical Association, 17 June 1984>

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