juvenile neutrophil

ju·ve·nile neu·tro·phil

any cell of the granulocytic series in which the neutrophilic granules are recognizable and the nucleus is indented (the first phase of segmentation).

band neutrophil

The formal term (recommended by the Histology Subcommittee of the International Anatomical Nomenclature Committee) for the immature or band form of neutrophil is granulocytus neutrophilicus juvenilis; the descriptive term band neutrophil is popular with many experts.
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This results in an increased release of juvenile neutrophils, indicative of bone marrow stimulation.

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