hypobaropathy

hypobaropathy

[hahy-poh-buh-rop-uh-thee]
noun Pathology.
a condition produced in high altitudes, caused by diminished air pressure and reduced oxygen intake; mountain sickness.

Origin:
hypo- + baro- + -pathy

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hypobaropathy hy·po·ba·rop·a·thy (hī'pō-bə-rŏp'ə-thē)
n.
Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure.

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