Tissue hypoxia

Definition

noun

Inadequate oxygen supply to tissues.


Supplement

An example of the cause of tissue hypoxia is carbon monoxide poisoning that inhibits the ability of hemoglobin to release the oxygen bound to it.


See also: cell hypoxia, generalized hypoxia

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