Hemohistioblast



hemohistioblast he·mo·his·ti·o·blast (hē’mō-hĭs’tē-ə-blāst’)
n.
A primitive mesenchymal cell believed to be capable of developing into a histiocyte or into any of the various types of blood cells, including monocytes.

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