- nucleated erythrocyte
- 1. normoblast. 2. erythroblast.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
erythrocyte — A mature red blood cell. SYN: red blood cell, red corpuscle. [erythro + G. kytos, cell] * * * eryth·ro·cyte i rith rə .sīt n RED BLOOD CELL eryth·ro·cyt·ic .rith rə sit ik … Medical dictionary
erythroblast — Originally, a term denoting all forms of human red blood cells containing a nucleus, both pathologic ( i.e., megaloblastic) and normal ( e.g., normoblastic). The pathologic or megaloblastic series is observed in pernicious anemia in relapse. The… … Medical dictionary
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normoblast — A nucleated red blood cell, the immediate precursor of a normal erythrocyte in humans. Its four stages of development are: 1) pronormoblast, 2) basophilic n., 3) polychromatic n., and 4) orthochromatic n. See … Medical dictionary
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