macroblast

mac·ro·blast

(mak'rō-blast),
A large erythroblast.
[macro- + G. blastos, germ]

macroblast

/mac·ro·blast/ (mak´ro-blast) an abnormally large immature erythrocyte; a large young erythroblast with megaloblastic features.

mac·ro·blast

(mak'rō-blast)
A large erythroblast.
[macro- + G. blastos, germ]

macroblast

an abnormally large, nucleated erythrocyte; a large young normoblast with megaloblastic features.
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