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Synonyms for hematic

relating to or containing or affecting blood

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The hematic hyperbilirubinemia, as the one found in the treated mice, can be a demonstration of an existing liver damage or an increased disruption of the erythrocyte, typical of hemolytic anemia.
The all-new Hematic 100 and 125 are long and sleek to fly at high-speeds and penetrate deeply after a hit.
Changes of pH provoke numerous hematic and urinary modifications (Coppo 2001).
This classification can be made ours to see: 1) with relationship to your format, 2) with relationship to the arrangement of your maternal fetal relationship areas, 3) with relationship to the arrangements of the fetal membranes, 4) with relationship to the aspect of the inter hematic membrane, in other words, the invasive capacity of the trophoblastc, associated the destruction of the maternal tissue.
One may regard the development from differentiation ("he") to identification ("you and I") as being of t hematic importance for the growth of their mutual love, and common struggle forms one of the major themes of the novel.
Carlysle acknowledges that "At the beginning of intoxication the ideas flow with a more than natural rapidity." (40) It is not surprising then that Coleridge raids the words of the doctors to support his theory of meter: "Physicians asserted that each passion has its proper pulse--So it was with meter when rightly used," he says in Lecture 3 of 1811 (Lectures 1811-12, 1.222) and thus hints that he thinks of the effects of meter as physiological, corporeal, specifically hematic. The physiologists describe the effervescence, avidity, and glow of the animal spirits in this excited state.
The drug, which has been prescribed for years in Europe and was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration, seems a reasonable choice for patients who cannot tolerate carbamazepine, or who are precluded from taing it because of liver or hematic problems.
The signs and symptoms of proctitis included rectal pain; tenesmus; and a discharge that was mucous, crystalline, hematic, or purulent.
After one month feeding of these Zn biofortified kernels to male albino rats their body weight was calculated while for hematic appraisal blood was collected in EDTA-K2 solution tubes for the determination of red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC), Hemoglobin (HGB), Hematocrit (HCT), mean corpuscular volume (MCV), mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) using an automated hematology analyzer (Sysmex, Tokyo, Japan).
UNIDO will furthermore become engaged as a session coordinator In the framework of the hematic Process for the 8th World Water Forum, which will take place in Brasilia from March 18 to 23, 2018 which will feature the World Water Development Report 2017 on Wastewater: The Untapped Resource , to which UNIDO has been a lead contributing agency.
It will for instance waive duty on cereal drying equipment, hematic bags, grain cocoons and aquaculture equipment
showed that HS 1% cream was comparable or more effective than glycosaminoglycan-polysulphate gel in alleviating the signs and symptoms of hematomas or subcutaneous hematic extravasations in a study with 96 white men and women.
Rodriguez-Peralta, "Hematic and fluid barriers in the optic nerve," Journal of Comparative Neurology, vol.
Mechanical washing of fat with ringer lactate is supported by studies that showed no damage to adipocyte integrity and protection of AFG from the negative action of hematic cells and components.