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haematic

(US), hematic
1. relating to, acting on, having the colour of, or containing blood
2. Med another name for a haematinic
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Caption: FIGURE 2: (a) The skin biopsy showed abundant hematic crust and ulcerated areas in the epidermis.
Many researches have reported that the main characters of the animal models of T2DM are high blood glucose and high-insulin hematic disease [15].
Myoglobin is a small protein with a very low hematic concentration in physiological conditions; it is composed of 153 amino acids with a single heme prosthetic group, with a molecular weight of 17,8 kDa.
A 67-year-old woman, nonsmoker, presented in the emergency department with a complaint of mild productive cough for 2 months with hematic sputum in the last 24 hours.
By investigating its pathogenesis, some people thought that was due to thrombocytosis after anemia, but other theories thought that [sup][4] quantity of platelet did not increase when anemia, the thrombosis was caused by hematic high coagulation state because of long-time blood loss.
Venography sequences are used to display characteristics of flow and structural imaging is used to characterize the temporal stage of hematic deposits, according to T1 and T2* relaxation times.
Accumulation of lead in the body could lead to destructive impacts on hematic, gastrointestinal, and renal systems.
There are several main hypotheses that have been proposed: (a) it could be a benign uterine tumor that spreads through hematic route to the lungs or other organs, since the majority of patients had prior myomectomy or hysterectomy; (b) it could be a low grade leiomyosarcoma metastasizing to lungs; (c) it could represent primary pulmonary leiomyomatosis too, but coexisting with uterine leiomyoma [5].
Some 68% (49) of the workers agreed to a blood test being taken during rest days or prior to starting their work shift, with the aim of determining hemoglobin (Hb), hematocrit (Hcto), and carboxyhemoglobin (COHb), by means of conventional hematic biometry.
Urinalysis--proteinuria 1.9 g/24 hours; hematuria, hematic casts; uroculture--negative
Biometry hematic shows hemoglobin 17.4 gr/dL, hematocrit 47.9%, WBC 9900/[mm.sup.3], neutrophils 69%.
Without any doubt, hematic biometry is the most used laboratory exam in the emergency room in every general or trauma hospital.