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
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Patients can be assigned to 2 tracks if needed, such as the lymphoma track and cytopenia track when the degree of involvement by lymphoma does not explain the patient's cytopenias, or if dyspoietic morphology is identified.
Immune-mediated lysis, sequestration in the spleen and a dyspoietic process in marrow with diminished platelet production have all been postulated.
She underwent to bone marrow aspiration and biopsy which showed markedly hypercellular marrow, hyperplastic and dysplastic megakaryocytic, and dyspoietic erythroid elements with occasional binucleate forms and irregular contour, and myeloid elements showed slight left shift.
(i) There were six cases of AML with significant dyspoietic changes in the residual marrow hematopoiesis.
The dyspoietic group did not have a significantly higher MVD or PI, but the nondyspoietic group showed a significantly higher MVD and PI when compared to their controls.
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.
(34) Sequestration in spleen, dyspoietic process in bone marrow with decreased platelet production and immune mediated lysis are other theories postulated for thrombocytopenia in P.