panmyeloid

panmyeloid

 [pan-mi´ĕ-loid]
pertaining to all elements of the bone marrow.

panmyeloid

(păn-mī′ĕ-loyd) [Gr. pan, all, + myelos, marrow, + eidos, form, shape]
Concerning all of the elements of the bone marrow.

panmyeloid

pertaining to all elements of the bone marrow.
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2) The blast phenotype in TMD is variable, but the immature cells have usually been positive for platelet-specific antigens CD41, CD42b, and CD61, for panmyeloid antigens in some cases, frequently for the stem cell marker CD34, and often coexpressed CD7.
A full expression of the panmyeloid phenotype has been defined as the expression of all 5 myeloid markers in GS blast cells.
Acute myelofibrosis, a panmyeloid hyperplasia, can be ruled out because the blasts and other immature forms are predominantly of megakaryocytic lineage.