Dysproteinemia



dysproteinemia dys·pro·tein·e·mi·a (dĭs-prōt’n-ē’mē-ə, -prō’tē-nē’-, -tē-ĭ-nē’-)
n.
An abnormality in protein content of the blood, usually in the content of immunoglobulins.
dys·pro’tein·e’mic adj.

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