phenylhydrazine hemolysis

phen·yl·hy·dra·zine he·mol·y·sis

an in vitro test for glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency; hemolysis resulting from in vitro addition of phenylhydrazine to blood with red blood cells that are deficient in G6PD, with the appearance of Heinz-Ehrlich bodies.

phen·yl·hy·dra·zine he·mol·y·sis

(fen'il-hī'-dră-zēn hē-mol'i-sis)
An in vitro test for G6PD deficiency; hemolysis resulting from in vitro addition of phenylhydrazine to blood with red blood cells that are deficient in glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), with the appearance of Heinz-Ehrlich bodies.