amblychromasia

amblychromasia

A histologic term of waning popularity for a diminution of nuclear staining due to chromatin deficiency; i.e., hypochromasia.

amblychromasia

(am″blē-krō-mā′zh(ē-)ă) [ ambly- + Gr. chrōma, color]
The state in which the cell nucleus stains faintly.
amblychromatic (-mat′ik), adjective
Mentioned in ?