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mononuclear

 [mon″o-noo´kle-ar]
having only one nucleus.
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mon·o·nu·cle·ar

(mon'ō-nū'klē-ăr),
Having only one nucleus; used especially in reference to phagocytic cells.
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mononuclear

(mŏn′ō-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Having only one nucleus: a mononuclear cell.
2. Chemistry Monocyclic.
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mon·o·nu·cle·ar

(mon'ō-nū'klē-ăr)
Having only one nucleus; used especially in reference to blood cells.
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This contains a heterogeneous population of sheets of bland mononucleate ovoid cells that lack atypia, often with hemosiderin deposition and a prominent inflammatory cell component with lymphoplasmacytic cells and histiocytes, including foamy macrophages and osteoclast-type giant cells.
CBPI was calculated as (number mononucleate cells + 2x number binucleate cells + 3x number poiynucleate cells) + total number of cells.
In addition, from 6,000 cells of each sample, we determined the cytokinesis block proliferation index (CBPI) [(number of mononucleate cells + 2x number of binucleate cells + 3x number of multinucleate cells)/(sum of mononucleate, binucleate, and multinucleate cells)].
Microscopically, an IFP appears as a submucosal proliferation of mononucleate and monomorphic, bland, spindle, and stellate cells in fibromyxoid stroma with an inflammatory infiltrate often dominated by eosinophils (Figure 1).
The origin of binucleate and large mononucleate cells in the liver of the rat.