Rieder lymphocyte

Rie·der lym·pho·cyte

(rē'dĕr),
an abnormal form of lymphocyte that has a greatly indented (or lobed), slightly twisted nucleus; such cells are usually observed in certain examples of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

Rie·der lym·pho·cyte

(rē'der lim'fŏ-sīt)
An abnormal form of lymphocyte that has a greatly indented (or lobed), slightly twisted nucleus; usually observed in certain examples of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

Rieder,

Hermann, German pathologist, 1858-1932.
Rieder cell leukemia - a form of acute granulocytic leukemia.
Rieder cells - abnormal myeloblasts frequently observed in acute leukemia.
Rieder lymphocyte - an abnormal form of lymphocyte with a greatly indented nucleus, usually observed in certain examples of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.