pseudoagglutination(redirected from false agglutination)
1. Agglomeration of particles in solution that does not involve antigen-antibody combination. Synonym(s): false agglutination
2. Synonym(s): rouleaux formation
The clumping together of red blood cells as in the formation of rouleaux, but differing from true agglutination in that the cells can be dispersed by shaking.