normocyte

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normocyte

 [nor´mo-sīt]
an erythrocyte that is normal in size, shape, and color.
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nor·mo·cyte

(nōr'mō-sīt),
A nonnucleated erythrocyte of normal size (average 7.5 mcm); a normal, healthy red blood cell.
Synonym(s): normoerythrocyte
[normo- + G. kytos, cell]
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nor·mo·cyte

(nōr'mō-sīt)
A red blood cell of normal size, shape, and color.
Compare: macrocyte, microcyte
[normo- + G. kytos, cell]
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