-emia, -aemia +

(Greek: a suffix; blood, usually a diseased condition of the blood)

ichorhemia, ichorhaemia
Infection of the blood with ichorous or putrid substances.
icteroanemia
Anemia with jaundice.
iridemia
Hemorrhage (flow of blood) from the iris of the eye.
ischemia, ischaemia
1. An inadequate supply of blood to a part of the body, caused by partial or total blockage of an artery.
2. A low oxygen state usually resulting from an obstruction of the arterial blood supply or inadequate blood flow leading to hypoxia in the tissue.
3. Local anemia in a given body part sometimes resulting from vasoconstriction, thrombosis, or embolism.
leukemia (s) (noun), leukemias (pl)
Any of several types of cancer in which there is usually a disorganized sudden increase of white blood cells in the bone marrow from which all blood cells originate: With leukemia, the production of red blood cells, platelets, and normal white blood cells is decreased because they are crowded out by the leukemic cells.

As a result of leukemia, some of the other bodily organs may no longer function properly; such as, the liver, spleen, lymph nodes, testes, or the brain.

Strictly speaking, leukemia should refer only to cancer of the white blood cells (the leukocytes) but in practice it can apply to malignancy of any cellular element in the blood or bone marrow, as in red cell leukemia or erythroleukemia.

Certain types of childhood leukemias respond well to treatment, which includes drugs, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

levulosemia, levulosaemia
Presence of fructose in the circulating blood.
lipacidemia
The presence of an excess of fatty acids in the blood, as in diabetes mellitus.
lipemia, lipaemia (British spelling)
1. The presence of an abnormally large amount of lipids in the circulating blood.
2. Having a cloudy or milky appearance used in reference to a plasma or serum specimen.
lipochromemia
The presence of an excess of lipochrome in the blood.
melanemia, melanaemia
1. The presence of black, pigmentary masses in the blood; as in, hemochromatosis (pathology in which iron accumulates in the tissues; characterized by bronzed skin and enlarged liver and diabetes mellitus (a chronic disease associated with abnormally high levels of the sugar glucose in the blood) and abnormalities of the pancreas and the joints).
2. A morbid condition in which the blood contains black pigment either floating freely or imbedded in the white blood corpuscles.
necremia, necraemia
A situation in which the vital elements of the blood are dead.
oligemia (ohl" i JEE mee uh)
A deficiency in the amount of blood in the body or any organ or tissue.
oligocythemia, oligocythaemia
1. Deficiency in the total number of red blood cells present in the body.
2. Deficiency of the cellular elements of the blood.
oxalemia
An excess of oxalates in the blood.
pachyemia, pachyaemia
Thick blood or a reference to the thickening of blood.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving "blood" word units: angi-; apheresis; hemo-; hemoglobin-; phleb-; sangui-; vas-; vascul-.