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- adj. Alternative form of hyperemic.
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Internally, the brain was hyperaemic, and there was a considerable amount of congestion, especially apparent in the superficial vessels.
A hyperaemic condition of the eyelids, with or without inflammation, is always a symptom of a dysaemic condition of the entire system (scrofulosis).
The corpses were white as snow, while the central organs in every case were hyperaemic.
The lips become hyperaemic (reddened and swollen) later on; if left untreated, ulcers can develop.