erythrocytorrhexis

plasmorrhexis

 [plaz″mo-rek´sis]
a morphologic change in erythrocytes, consisting in the escape from the cells of round, shiny granules and splitting off of particles; called also erythrocytorrhexis.

e·ryth·ro·cy·tor·rhex·is

(ĕ-rith'rō-sī'tō-rek'sis),
A partial erythrocytolysis in which particles of protoplasm escape from the red blood cells, which then become crenated and deformed.
Synonym(s): erythrorrhexis
[erythrocyte + G. rhēxis, rupture]

erythrocytorrhexis

/eryth·ro·cy·tor·rhex·is/ (-si″to-rek´sis) the escape from erythrocytes of round, shiny granules and the splitting off of particles.

e·ryth·ro·cy·tor·rhex·is

(ĕ-rith'rō-sī-tŏr-ek'sis)
A partial erythrocytolysis in which particles of protoplasm escape from the red blood cells, which then become crenated and deformed.
Synonym(s): erythrorrhexis.
[erythrocyte + G. rhēxis, rupture]

erythrocytorrhexis

a morphological change in erythrocytes, consisting in the escape from the cells of round, shiny granules and splitting off of particles; called also plasmorrhexis.