-aemia

-aemia
(also -haemia, US -emia or -hemia)
combining form in nouns denoting that a substance is present in the blood: septicaemia.
Origin
mod. L., from Gk -aimia, from haima 'blood'.

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  • ...aemia — vgl. ...ämie …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • -aemia — [ē′mē ə, ēm′yə] combining form EMIA …   English World dictionary

  • aemia — ac·e·ton·aemia; car·o·ten·aemia; …   English syllables

  • -aemia — chiefly British variant of emia …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -aemia — var. of emia: anaemia. * * * …   Universalium

  • -aemia — suffix denoting a specified biochemical condition of the blood. Example: hyperglycaemia (excess sugar in the blood). * * * see emia …   Medical dictionary

  • -aemia — combining form denoting a specified biochemical condition of the blood. hyperglycaemia excess sugar in the blood …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • -aemia — aff. var. of emia: anaemia[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • -aemia — a suffix referring to the state of the blood, as in toxaemia. Also, emia, haemia, hemia. {New Latin, also hemia, haemia, from Greek aimia (as in anaimia want of blood), from haima blood} Usage: For spelling variation see ae1 …  

  • -aemia — comb. form (also haemia, US emia, hemia) forming nouns denoting that a substance is (esp. excessively) present in the blood (bacteriaemia; pyaemia). Etymology: mod.L f. Gk aimia f. haima blood * * * see emia * * * var. of emia: anaemia. * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

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