leukoblastosis

leukoblastosis

 [loo″ko-blas-to´sis]
abnormal proliferation of leukocytes, as seen in leukemia.
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leu·ko·blas·to·sis

(lū'kō-blas-tō'sis),
A general term for the abnormal proliferation of leukocytes, especially that occurring in myelocytic and lymphocytic leukemia.
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leukoblastosis

A near-extinct, nonspecific term for the abnormal proliferation of immature white blood cells, especially in myeloid and lymphocytic leukaemia; e.g., blast crisis.
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leu·ko·blas·to·sis

(lū'kō-blas-tō'sis)
A general term for the abnormal proliferation of leukocytes, especially as occurs in myelocytic and lymphocytic leukemia.
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