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- another term for hypovolaemia
- ‘The chest radiograph showed a small left pleural effusion and oligemia of the right upper lung field.’
- ‘Cerebral oligaemia episode triggers free radical formation and late cognitive deficiencies.’
- ‘The severity of oligemia correlates well with hemodynamic abnormality.’
- ‘Oligemia is considered to be present if, in a given lung region, the pulmonary vasculature is greatly diminished with concomitant hyperlucency of the lung parenchyma.’
- ‘It is suggested that renal failure was due to oligaemia after the loss of albumin into and from the skin.’
Mid 19th century: from French oligaimie, from Greek oligaimia.
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