cyanosis definition

  • noun:
    • A bluish stain of your skin and mucous membranes caused by inadequate oxygenation associated with blood.
    • A blue discolouration of the skin due to the blood flow lower in oxygen.
    • an ailment which, from inadequate aĆ«ration of this bloodstream, the top of human body becomes blue. See cyanopathy.
    • In pathology, a blue or maybe more or less livid colour of the top of human anatomy, due to imperfect blood flow and oxygenation of this blood; the blue jaundice for the ancients.
    • a bluish stain of your skin and mucous membranes; an indicator that oxygen inside bloodstream is dangerously reduced (as with carbon monoxide poisoning)
    • A bluish stain of your skin and mucous membranes resulting from insufficient oxygenation of this bloodstream.
    • A blue discolouration of your skin due to the circulation of blood reduced in oxygen.
    • A condition in which, from insufficient aĆ«ration of the blood, the surface of the body becomes blue. See cyanopathy.
    • In pathology, a blue or even more or less livid color of the top of human anatomy, due to imperfect blood supply and oxygenation of this bloodstream; the blue jaundice of ancients.
    • a bluish discoloration of your skin and mucous membranes; a sign that air in the bloodstream is dangerously diminished (such as carbon monoxide poisoning)

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