ragocyte

ragocyte

 [rag´o-sīt]
a cell found in the joints in rheumatoid arthritis. Such cells are produced when polymorphonuclear leukocytes ingest aggregated IgG immunoglobulin, rheumatoid factor, fibrin, and complement.

ragocyte

/rag·o·cyte/ (rag´o-sīt) a polymorphonuclear phagocyte, found in the joints in rheumatoid arthritis, with cytoplasmic inclusions of aggregated IgG, rheumatoid factor, fibrin, and complement.

ragocyte

a cell found in the joints in rheumatoid arthritis; RA cell. Such cells are produced when polymorphonuclear leukocytes ingest aggregated IgG immunoglobulin, rheumatoid factor, fibrin and complement. Rare in dogs.