How to Pronounce chalcosis?

Correct pronunciation for the word "chalcosis" is [t͡ʃalkˈə͡ʊsɪs], [t‍ʃalkˈə‍ʊsɪs], [tʃ_a_l_k_ˈəʊ_s_ɪ_s].

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"Chalcosis" in context

Chalcosis is a medical condition that is caused by an accumulation of excess copper in the body. It can be caused both by an inherited genetic disorder or as a side-effect of an abnormal metabolism of copper or by environmental causes. Symptoms of chalcosis include liver damage, joint pain, fatigue, anemia, infertility, and neurologic problems. When a person has chalcosis, his or her blood test usually shows an elevation of copper levels. Treatment for chalcosis usually involves reducing the amount of copper in the body.

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