thrombon

thrombon

 [throm´bon]
the portion of the hematopoietic system concerned with platelet formation; the circulating platelets and their precursors.

throm·bon

(throm'bon),
An all-inclusive term for circulating thrombocytes (blood platelets) and the cellular forms from which they arise (thromboblasts or megakaryocytes). It is analogous to erythron and leukon of the red and white blood cells, respectively.

throm·bon

(throm'bon)
An all-inclusive term for circulating thrombocytes (blood platelets) and the cellular forms from which they arise (thromboblasts or megakaryocytes).
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As aggregated thrombon are perceived as leucocyte in blood count devices because of their volume, the number of thrombocyte is low (2).
If autoantibody exists against this epitope in the individual, antibody causes thrombon to aggregate by attaching to them (2).