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1. Excessive discharge of blood from the blood vessels; profuse bleeding.
2. A copious loss of something valuable: a hemorrhage of corporate earnings.
v. hem·or·rhaged, hem·or·rhag·ing, hem·or·rhag·es
1. To bleed copiously.
2. To undergo a rapid and sudden loss: a gubernatorial candidate whose popularity hemorrhaged after a disastrous debate.
To lose (something valuable) rapidly and in quantity: The company was hemorrhaging capital when it was bought by another firm.

[From obsolete hemoragie, emorogie, from Middle English emorogie, from Old French emoragie, from Latin haemorrhagia, from Greek haimorrhagiā : haimo-, hemo- + -rrhagiā, -rrhagia.]

hem′or·rhag′ic (hĕm′ə-răj′ĭk) adj.
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Adj.1.hemorrhagic - of or relating to a hemorrhage


a. hemorrágico-a;
___ colitisatribuida a una infección de Eschirichia coli ___.


adj hemorrágico
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The histopathological evaluation of glandular stomach revealed infiltration of inflammatory cells surrounding eroded mucosa and hemorrhagic enteritis.
The intestine was found filled with blood and showed severe hemorrhagic enteritis.
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Postmortem lesions included darkening and enlargement of the spleen, severe hemorrhages of mesenteric and gastrohepatic lymph nodes, and hemorrhagic enteritis (Figure, panels D-G).
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Gross examination showed severe infestation with Colpocephalum trispinum and Ardeicola melanopis lice, moderate emaciation, pale musculature, bursal atrophy, and severe hemorrhagic enteritis due to a heavy proventricular and intestinal infection with Porrocaecum heteropterum nematodes.

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