Hypervitaminosis definition

hīpər-vītə-mə-nōsĭs
Any of various abnormal conditions in which the physiological effect of a vitamin is produced to a pathological degree by excessive intake of the vitamin.
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A disorder resulting from excessive dosage with one or more vitamins.
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Any of various abnormal conditions in which the physiological effect of a vitamin is produced to a pathological degree by excessive intake of the vitamin.
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Any medical condition resulting from excessive intake of vitamins.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
hypervitaminosis
Plural:
hypervitaminoses

Origin of hypervitaminosis

  • From hyper- +‎ vitamin +‎ -osis.

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