Schilling blood count

Schil·ling blood count

(shil'ing),
a method of counting blood in which the polymorphonuclear neutrophils are separated into four groups according to the number and arrangement of the nuclear masses in these cells.
Synonym(s): Schilling index
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Schil·ling blood count

(shil'ing blŭd kownt)
A method of counting blood in which the polymorphonuclear neutrophils are separated into four groups according to the number and arrangement of the nuclear masses in these cells.
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Schilling,

Victor Theodor Adolf Georg, German hematologist, 1883-1960.
Schilling band cell - any cell of the granulocytic (leukocytic) series that has a nucleus that could be described as a curved or coiled band. Synonym(s): band cell
Schilling blood count - a method of counting blood. Synonym(s): Schilling index
Schilling index - Synonym(s): Schilling blood count
Schilling type of monocytic leukemia
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