Hemoglobinopathy vs Haemoglobinopathy - What's the difference?

hemoglobinopathy | haemoglobinopathy | Alternative forms |

Hemoglobinopathy is an alternative form of haemoglobinopathy.


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between hemoglobinopathy and haemoglobinopathy

is that hemoglobinopathy is (medicine) any of a range of inherited genetic disorders affecting hemoglobin while haemoglobinopathy is (medicine) any of a group of inherited disorders in which haemoglobin does not function properly.

As nouns the difference between hemoglobinopathy and haemoglobinopathy

is that hemoglobinopathy is (medicine) any of a range of inherited genetic disorders affecting hemoglobin while haemoglobinopathy is (medicine) any of a group of inherited disorders in which haemoglobin does not function properly.

hemoglobinopathy

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Noun

(wikipedia hemoglobinopathy) (hemoglobinopathies)
  • (medicine) Any of a range of inherited genetic disorders affecting hemoglobin
  • See also

    *sickle-cell disease *thalassemia

    haemoglobinopathy

    English

    Alternative forms

    *hemoglobinopathy

    Noun

    (hemoglobinopathy) (haemoglobinopathies)
  • (medicine) Any of a group of inherited disorders in which haemoglobin does not function properly