Monge's disease

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Monge's disease

[′mōnzh·əz di‚zēz]
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Thus, oxygen plays a very important role for people living on elevated plateaus, especially among those with chronic mountain sickness (CMS).
Over the long term, excessive haemoglobin can increase the risk of blood clots, stroke, and chronic mountain sickness, a disease characterized by thick and viscous blood.
The purpose of the study was to determine blood volume and hormone changes in subjects living in high altitudes who have chronic mountain sickness.

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