Definition of 'anaemia'
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He checks for warning signs of high blood pressure or anaemia. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The blood may also be used in surgery and to treat anaemia and other conditions. The Sun (2010)If caused by lack of intrinsic factor, condition called pernicious anaemia. The Dictionary of Nutritional Health (1986)It leads to high blood pressure, anaemia and memory loss. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Other causes of anaemia include vitamin deficiency and long-term illness such as kidney failure. The Sun (2011)A shortage of red blood cells is called anaemia. Biology Basic Facts (1982)A pale complexion can also signal iron deficiency anaemia. The Sun (2012)Critics say that excess folic acid could mask other conditions such as anaemia caused by a deficiency in vitamin B12 in the elderly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)B - deficiency anaemia is called pernicious anaemia. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)She survived until 1934, dying from pernicious anaemia probably caused by radiation poisoning. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A deficiency can trigger anaemia - leading to extreme fatigue, anxiety and poor memory. The Sun (2006)If you suffer from medical conditions such as pernicious anaemia, you may be able to get the jab from your GP. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'anaemia'
British English: anaemia NOUN
Anaemia is a condition in your blood that makes you feel tired and look pale.
She suffered from anaemia.
British English: anaemia NOUN
Anaemia is a medical condition in which there are too few red cells in your blood, causing you to feel tired and look pale.
She suffered from anaemia and even required blood transfusions.
Definition of anaemia from the Collins English Dictionary
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