Excessive division of a tissue or part into segments.
- hereditary h. of neutrophils an autosomal dominant condition characterized by neutrophil h.; affected persons are asymptomatic.

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hy·per·seg·men·ta·tion (hi″pər-seg″mən-taґshən) a condition of having more segments or lobes than usual.

Neutrophil hypersegmentation.

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