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Of, relating to, resembling, containing, or acting on blood.
A hematinic.

[Greek haimatikos, from haima, haimat-, blood.]


(hɪˈmæt ɪk)

1. of or pertaining to blood; hemic.
2. acting on the blood, as a medicine.
[1850–55; < Greek haimat-, s. of haîma blood + -ic]
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Adj.1.hematic - relating to or containing or affecting blood; "a hematic cyst"; "a hematic crisis"


n. hemático, droga usada en el tratamiento de anemia;
a. hemático-a, relacionado con la sangre.
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A) Erythematous, lobulated plaque (4 cm x 2.5 cm) on the sternal notch with hematic crust and black areas on the surface.
The histological examination of the placenta highlighted intense vascular congestion of villi and hematic infiltrates as for intervillous hematomas.
Caption: Figure 2: Abdominal MRI scan: presence of a big heterogeneous adrenal lesion, with hyperintense spots due to hematic content.
A purple nodule, located on the right cheek, with a diameter of 1.5 cm and an ulcerated center and surrounded by hematic crust having slightly raised edges and a firm consistency.
ABH is an uncommon and benign subepithelial disorder appearing as hematic blisters on the oral and oropharyngeal mucosa and no relation with any dermatological, hemostatic, or systemic condition.
The drain was removed if the leakage was less than 50 cm3 per 24 hour, and when the secretion changed from the hematic to serous.
Ototoxicity occurs due to cochlear hair cells and irreversible death; it may also become evident in case of low hematic drug concentration and short therapies for a particular genetic predisposition (a mitochondrial DNA mutation) [16].
* Hairpin (11.8%) vessels, which cover most of the SK lesions and have hematic crusts
Arthrocentesis was performed in some episodes, with repeated drainage of large amounts of hematic fluid giving immediate but temporary pain relief
Endothelial failure contributes to slow blood flow as well as hematic stasis at sites of vascular resistance such as coronary arteries [22].
Alvarez-Grech et al., "Functional recovery after hematic administration of allogenic mesenchymal stem cells in acute ischemic stroke in rats," Neuroscience, vol.
In situ tumor cells can lose adhesion and acquire the ability to migrate out of the primary tumor, invading basement membrane and entering lymphatic and hematic vasculature.