erythroid

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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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Cellular abnormalities found in patients with HIV/AIDS include dysplasia, myeloid maturation, dyserythropoiesis, erythroid hypoplasia, megakaryocytic dysplasia, changes in cellularity (normocellular or hypercellular), hypercellular), plasma cell changes, paraproteinemia, and changes in the bone marrow matrix (1).
Typical bone marrow features include erythroid hypoplasia with decreased red cell precursors in the marrow and rare giant pronormoblasts showing cytopathic effect with nuclear inclusions.