methaemalbumin (met-heem-al-bew-min) n. a chemical complex of the pigment portion of haemoglobin (haem) with the plasma protein albumin. It is formed in the blood in conditions (e.g. blackwater fever) in which red blood cells are destroyed and free haemoglobin is released into the plasma.
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