(Greek: under, below, beneath; less than; too little; deficient, diminished; used as a prefix)
hypoleucocytosis (s) (noun), hypoleucocytoses (pl)
An inadequate number of white blood cells in the blood.
Decreased levels of a lipoprotein in the serum.
Presence of an abnormally small amount of fat in the tissues.
Growing under rocks.
Lack of the ability to speak.
Relatively immobile, viscous lava that forms at depths beneath a shield volcano, and is under saturated with gases, and initiates volcanic activity.
A minor form of mania characterized by elation and a feeling of well-being together with quickness of thought. An abnormality of mood resembling mania (persistent elevated or expansive mood, hyperactivity, inflated self-esteem, etc.) but of lesser intensity.
Atrophy (decrease in size) or congenital smallness of the breasts.
Diminution (decreasing or reducing) of the flow or a shortening of the duration of menstruation.