stomatocytosis

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stomatocytosis

 [sto″mah-to-si-to´sis]
the presence of stomatocytes in the blood, as seen in liver disease; Rh null syndrome, a rare congenital type of hemolytic anemia; and a few other conditions. Called also hydrocytosis.

sto·ma·to·cy·to·sis

(stō'mă-tō-sī-tō'sis),
A hereditary deformation of red blood cells, which are swollen and cup-shaped, causing congenital hemolytic anemia.
See also: Rh null syndrome.

stomatocytosis

[sto′mah-to-si-to′sis]
the presence of stomatocytes in the blood, as seen in liver disease and Rh-null syndrome, a rare congenital hemolytic anemia. Also called hydrocytosis.

sto·ma·to·cy·to·sis

(stō'mă-tō-sī-tō'sis)
A hereditary deformation of red blood cells in which they are swollen and cup shaped, causing congenital hemolytic anemia.
See also: Rh null syndrome

stomatocytosis

anemia characterized by the presence of stomatocytes in the blood.

hereditary stomatocytosis
occurs in chondrodysplastic dwarf Alaskan malamute dogs.
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