monocytoid cell

mon·o·cy·toid cell

a cell having morphologic characteristics of a monocyte but which is nonphagocytic.

mon·o·cy·toid cell

(mon'ō-sī'toyd sel)
A cell that resembles a monocyte but is nonphagocytic.
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Mantle cell lymphoma has a similar small monomorphic lymphoid cell morphology with conspicuous mitotic activity; marginal zone lymphoma has a lymphocyte-like, centrocyte-like, or monocytoid cell population, with or without plasmacytic differentiation.
Given the fact that we have not seen any such influence in the myeloid and monocytoid cell lineages when whole root extract of E.
2005) International validation of novel pyrogen tests based on human monocytoid cells.
35) The presence of monocytoid B cells in the lymph node may not be especially helpful as a distinguishing feature of nodal MZL because monocytoid cells have been described in LPL/WM.
Four days after admission, the bone marrow was examined because of worsening pancytopenia; intracytoplasmic morulae were seen in monocytoid cells, characteristic of monocytic ehrlichiosis (Figure).
The pale monocytoid cells may expand between the reactive germinal centers and an attenuated mantle cuff.
Monomorphic infiltrates of centrocyte-like cells, monocytoid cells, and/or small lymphocytes with plasmacytoid differentiation were noted (Figure 1).