Hegglin anomaly

Hegg·lin a·nom·a·ly

(heg'lin),
a disorder in which neutrophils and eosinophils contain basophilic structures known as Döhle or Amato bodies and in which there is faulty maturation of platelets, with thrombocytopenia; autosomal dominant inheritance.
Synonym(s): May-Hegglin anomaly

Hegg·lin a·nom·a·ly

(heg'lin ă-nom'ă-lē)
A disorder in which neutrophils and eosinophils contain basophilic structures known as Döhle or Amato bodies and in which there is faulty maturation of platelets, with thrombocytopenia; autosomal dominant inheritance.

Hegglin,

Robert M.P., Swiss internist, 1907-1970.
Hegglin anomaly - a disorder in which neutrophils and eosinophils contain Döhle bodies and in which there is faulty maturation of platelets, with thrombocytopenia. Synonym(s): May-Hegglin anomaly
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May-Hegglin anomaly - Synonym(s): Hegglin anomaly
May-Hegglin syndrome - Synonym(s): Hegglin syndrome
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