Rieder cells

Rie·der cells

(rē'dĕr),
abnormal myeloblasts (12-20 mcm in diameter) in which the nucleus may be widely and deeply indented (that is, suggestive of lobulation), or may actually be a bilobate or multilobate structure; such cells are frequently observed in acute leukemia, and probably represent a more rapid maturation of the nucleus than that of the cytoplasm.
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Rie·der cells

(rē'der selz)
Abnormal myeloblasts in which the nucleus may be widely and deeply indented or may actually be a bilobate or multilobate structure; frequently observed in acute leukemia.
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Rieder,

Hermann, German pathologist, 1858-1932.
Rieder cell leukemia - a form of acute granulocytic leukemia.
Rieder cells - abnormal myeloblasts frequently observed in acute leukemia.
Rieder lymphocyte - an abnormal form of lymphocyte with a greatly indented nucleus, usually observed in certain examples of chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
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