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hypocellularity

 [hi″po-sel″u-lar´ĭ-te]
abnormal decrease in the number of cells present, as in bone marrow.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

hypocellularity

(hī″pō-sĕl″ū-lār′ĭ-tē)
Decreased cell content of any tissue.
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One group (7%) of these patients was designated as hypocellular marrow because of diluted aspiration and hypocellularity of the marrow.
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(11) In addition, in patients who developed pancytopenia or aplastic anemia due to this drug, bone marrow biopsies have shown hypocellularity, but no other important findings.
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Bone marrow examination showed hypocellularity with differentiation of the myeloid lineage and mildly decreased megakaryocytes.
Low IPSS score and bone marrow hypocellularity in MDS patients predict hematological responses to antithymocyte globulin.
Furthermore, many areas of hypocellularity were found with a myxomatous pattern (type B).
Such hypocellularity is consistent with end stage myelodysplastic syndrome.
Two patients treated with both of these therapeutic modalities showed transient bone marrow hypocellularity.
In a retrospective study with 444 embryos, produced by IVF, that were considered nonviable, they found that 142 at day 5 had hypocellularity and lack of compaction.