normochromia

normochromia

 [nor″mo-kro´me-ah]
normal color of erythrocytes.

nor·mo·chro·mi·a

(nōr'mō-krō'mē-ă),
Normal color; referring to blood in which the amount of hemoglobin in the red blood cells is normal.
[normo- + G. chrōma, color]

normochromia

/nor·mo·chro·mia/ (-krōm´e-ah) normal color; indicating the color of erythrocytes having a normal hemoglobin content.normochro´mic

nor·mo·chro·mi·a

(nōr'mō-krō'mē-ă)
Normal color; referring to blood in which the amount of hemoglobin in the red blood cells is normal.
[normo- + G. chrōma, color]

normochromia

normal color of erythrocytes.
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PTS PIGMENT OR VISIBLE STUDY /NEVI RECURRENCE SCARRING Hudson- 55/55 13 55 Peacock (1) Bong2 76/83 28 67 Zanardini (3) 206/215 4 9 Ferrandiz (4) Not known/ 20 ([dagger]) 67 59 FOLLOW-UP EVALUATION/ STUDY INTERVAL DONE BY Hudson- 6-8 mo Cosmetically acceptable/ Peacock (1) patients Bong2 [greater than or 86%: better than nevus/ equal to] 1 yr patients Zanardini (3) 3 mo 90%: excellent * 9%: good/surgeons Ferrandiz (4) 3 mo 98%: better than nevus/ pts; 92%: excellent or acceptable ([double dagger])/ surgeons * Excellent = no noticeable scar, good = slighty noticeable scar with normochromia or hypochromia, poor = depressed scar or intense dyschromia.
201) and had mild macrocytosis, normochromia, moderate anisocytosis, and leukopenia (white blood cell count, 2.