amyxorrhea

amyxorrhea

[ey-mik-suh-ree-uh]
noun Medicine/Medical.
the absence of the normal secretion of mucus.
Also, amyxorrhoea.


Origin:
< Neo-Latin; see a-6, myxo-, -rrhea

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amyxorrhea a·myx·or·rhe·a (ā-mĭk'sə-rē'ə, ə-mĭk'-)
n.
Absence of mucus secretion.

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