dyscrasia definition

  • noun:
    • An abnormal physical condition, particularly associated with the bloodstream.
    • An unspecified disorder caused by the clear presence of irregular material in the blood.
    • An ill practice or state of the constitution; -- previously considered to be determined by a morbid condition of the bloodstream and humors.
    • In pathology, a generally faulty problem of human body; morbid diathesis; distemper. Additionally dyscrase, dyscrasy, and formerly discrase, discrasy.
    • an abnormal or physiologically unbalanced condition associated with the body
    • An abnormal bodily problem, specifically associated with the blood.
    • An unspecified condition resulting from the current presence of irregular product when you look at the blood.
    • An ill routine or state of the constitution; -- previously considered influenced by a morbid problem of the blood and humors.
    • In pathology, a generally flawed condition associated with human body; morbid diathesis; distemper. In addition dyscrase, dyscrasy, and formerly discrase, discrasy.
    • an abnormal or physiologically unbalanced condition for the human anatomy

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