Dyscrasia meaning

dĭs-krāzhə, -zhē-ə
An unspecified disorder resulting from the presence of abnormal material in the blood.
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An abnormal bodily condition, especially of the blood.
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An abnormal imbalance in some part of the body, esp. in the blood.
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An abnormal bodily condition, especially of the blood.
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Origin of dyscrasia

  • Medieval Latin bad mixture, disease from Greek duskrāsiā dus- dys- krāsis mixing kerə- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition