Definition of haematic in English:

haematic

(US hematic)

adjective

Medicine
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  • Relating to or affecting the blood.

    • ‘But during sleep, the body responds to the hematic slowdown with a genital workout roughly every 90 minutes.’
    • ‘The cytology excluded the presence of acantholytic cells and evidenced only connective and haematic cells.’
    • ‘The amount of intraventricular haematic density and hydrocephalus were associated to cognitive impairment and to delirium.’
    • ‘Our patient had a spontaneous onset hematic cyst without any history of previous trauma or surgery.’
    • ‘It appears well evident that the above mentioned compound is rapidly absorbed by the nasal mucosa into the systemic hematic circulation without first-pass metabolism.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from Greek haimatikos, from haima, haimat- blood.

Pronunciation:

haematic

/hiːˈmatɪk/