blood disorder

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n blood disorder a disease or disorder of the blood
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Usage

In literature:

To my disordered imagination it seemed the colour of blood.
"The War of the Worlds" by H. G. Wells
It was said to be the remains of the old animosities, which had so lately involved us all in blood and disorder.
"A Journal of the Plague Year" by Daniel Defoe
I have to play my part at the head of things and put an end to blood and fire and idiot disorder.
"The World Set Free" by Herbert George Wells
Conspiracies must therefore be formed, local disorders provoked, and blood made to flow.
"Russia" by Donald Mackenzie Wallace
During the two centuries that followed, the Penguins remained plunged in blood-stained disorder.
"Penguin Island" by Anatole France
His hair and beard are in wild disorder, and blood is pouring from his mouth.
"Three Dramas" by Björnstjerne M. Björnson
He had been attacked by a violent disorder, his blood had been fevered; but it was over.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
It appeared plainly by the blood taken from him that melancholy was the occasion of his disorder.
"The Life of the Truly Eminent and Learned Hugo Grotius" by Jean Lévesque de Burigny
And all this had occurred without the shedding of a single drop of blood, without the least disorder!
"Dr. Dumany's Wife" by Mór Jókai
And although he suffered from certain disorders of the blood due to lack of exercise and to his condition, his health could not be called bad.
"Clayhanger" by Arnold Bennett
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In news:

What you need to know about this common blood disorder and its clinical manifestations.
Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment of this blood disorder.
Sickle cell anemia is the most common inherited blood disorder inthe US It causes red blood cells to become misshapen.
And indeed, they found certain markers in the blood of autistic participants that did not appear in those without the disorder.
The "Good Morning America" co-anchor, who had a bone marrow transplant to treat a blood disorder, tweeted the good news at 4 am Thursday.
This year more than 130,000 Americans will be diagnosed with a serious blood disorder.
Navid Garshasb of Navarre needs a bone marrow transplant because of a blood disorder he was diagnosed with due to radiation and chemotherapy treatment used to combat a brain tumor.
Scientists have developed a panel of blood biomarkers that they claim can diagnose major depressive disorder (MDD) in adolescents and young adults (early-onset MDD).
Hyslop has been hospitalized for a blood disorder.
A benefit dinner will be held this November to help a local Maryville citizen with a rare blood disorder.
Women who have a hormone disorder called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and who take the birth control pill have twice the risk of blood clots than do other women on the Pill, according to a new study.
Good Morning America 's Robin Roberts, appearing on Piers Morgan Thursday, said learning she had the blood and bone-marrow disorder MDS was "surreal," as it came June 11, the day her show clinched the top spot in the ratings.
Tubeless insulin pumps, a needleless blood-glucose monitoring system, and diabetic-friendly frozen foods are among the innovations helping people with the metabolic disorder to live lives on the go .
Hundreds of people with sickle cell disease – or friends or relatives of people with the inherited blood disorder - will converge on Tallahassee Thursday.
For Americans who suffer from sickle -cell disease, which occurs primarily in African Americans and Hispanics of Caribbean ancestry, this incurable, inherited blood disorder is synonymous with extreme pain.
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