* * *hy·po·fer·re·mia or chiefly Brit hy·po·fer·rae·mia .hī-pō-fə-'rē-mē-ə n an abnormal deficiency of iron in the bloodhy·po·fer·re·mic or chiefly Brit hy·po·fer·rae·mic -'rē-mik adj
* * *hy·po·fer·re·mia (hi″po-fer-eґme-ə) [hypo- + ferr- + -emia] deficiency of iron in the blood; see also iron deficiency, under deficiency.
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