Dyspoiesis | definition of dyspoiesis by Medical dictionary
dyspoiesis (dis″poy-ē′sĭs) (-ē′sēz″) plural.dyspoieses [ dys- + -poiesis]
Abnormal formation of blood cells. dyspoietic (-et′ik), adjective
a disorder of formation; as of blood cells.
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The aspirate revealed a hypercellular marrow with a mild increase in blasts (5%-6%) and trilineage dyspoiesis
, morphologic findings consistent with refractory anemia with excess blasts (RAEB-1).
Mild (23%) dyspoiesis
, no aggregates of Promyelocytes-Matas atypical cells identified.
Myeloid and monocytic dyspoiesis
as determined by flow cytometric scoring in myelodysplastic syndrome correlates with the IPSS and with outcome after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
The features seen in the biopsy bring to mind the myelodysplastic syndromes, although more dyspoiesis
would be expected in addition to ringed sideroblasts and immature myeloid precursors.