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mi·cro·he·mat·o·crit

or chiefly Brit  mi*cro*hae*mat*o*crit  n 1  :  a procedure for determining the ratio of the volume of packed red blood cells to the volume of whole blood by centrifuging a minute quantity of blood in a capillary tube coated with heparin  2  :  a hematocrit value obtained by microhematocrit <a of 37 percent>  .
 
 

 
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