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erythroid

 [er´ĭ-throid]
1. of a red color; reddish.
2. pertaining to any of the cells in the erythrocytic series.

er·y·throid

(er'i-throyd, ĕ-rith'royd),
Reddish in color.

erythroid

/er·y·throid/ (er´ĭ-throid)
1. of a red color; reddish.
2. pertaining to the cells of the erythrocytic series.

erythroid

[erith′roid]
1 reddish in color.
2 pertaining to erythrocytes.

er·y·throid

(e-rith'royd)
Of a reddish color.

erythroid

1. of a red color; reddish.
2. pertaining to the developmental series of cells ending in erythrocytes.

erythroid aplasia
see pure red cell aplasia.
burst forming unit-erythroid
produced in in vitro cultures of erythroid stem cells. It has low sensitivity to erythropoietin and gives rise to colony forming unit-erythroid which, with erythropoietin, gives rise to erythroid cells.
erythroid hypoplasia
see hypoplastic anemia.
erythroid leukosis
see avian erythroblastosis.
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Inthebonemarrowbiopsy, 30% cellularity, a small number of micromegakaryocytes, decreased erythroid and myeloid series elements, significantly increased eosinophilic precursors, and hypocellularity were observed, but there was no increase in the blastic series (Figure 1).
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