anoxic anoxia

anoxia resulting from defective oxygenation of the blood in the lungs
Hypernyms: ↑anoxia

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  • anoxic — (adj.) 1920, Modern Latin, from Gk. an , privative prefix, not, without (see AN (Cf. an ) (1)) + first two letters of OXYGEN (Cf. oxygen) + IC (Cf. ic). Anoxia oxygen deficiency is attested from 1931 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • anoxic — adjective relating to or marked by a severe deficiency of oxygen in tissues or organs • Pertains to noun: ↑anoxia • Derivationally related forms: ↑anoxia * * * I. (ˈ)a|näksik, əˈn adjective Etymology: New Latin anoxia + English …   Useful english dictionary

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