Dyshematopoiesis



dyshematopoiesis dys·he·ma·to·poi·e·sis (dĭs-hē’mə-tō-poi-ē’sĭs, dĭs’hĭ-māt’ə-) or dys·he·mo·poi·e·sis (dĭs-hē’mə-)
n.
Abnormal formation of blood cells.
dys·he’ma·to·poi·et’ic (dĭs-hē’mə-tō-poi-ět’ĭk, -hĭ-māt’ō-) adj.

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