dyspoiesis

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dyspoiesis

(dis″poy-ē′sĭs) (-ē′sēz″) plural.dyspoieses [ dys- + -poiesis]
Abnormal formation of blood cells.
dyspoietic (-et′ik), adjective

dyspoiesis

a disorder of formation; as of blood cells.
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Immune-mediated lysis, sequestration in the spleen and a dyspoietic process in marrow with diminished platelet production have all been postulated.
Immune mediated lysis, sequestration in the spleen and a dyspoietic process in the marrow with diminished platelet production have all been postulated.
Immune-mediated lysis, sequestration in the spleen and a dyspoietic process in the marrow with diminished platelet production have all been postulated.