normochromic anemia nor·mo·chro·mic anemia (nôr’mō-krō’mĭk)
Anemia in which the concentration of hemoglobin in the red blood cells is within the normal range.
normochromia nor·mo·chro·mi·a (nôr’mō-krō’mē-ə) n. Normal blood color because of a normal amount of hemoglobin in the red blood cells.
noun 1. the NE part of the former Australian Territory of New Guinea; now part of Papua New Guinea.
noun 1. a ship route along the N coast of Europe and Asia, between the North Sea and the Pacific. noun 1. a shipping route along the Arctic coasts of Europe and Asia, between the Atlantic and Pacific: first navigated by Nordenskjöld (1878–79)
noun 1. a cyclonic storm that moves northeastward within several hundred miles of the eastern coast of the U.S. and Canada, particularly in fall and winter, its often strong northeast winds causing high seas and coastal damage and bearing rain or snow.