leukemoid reaction n.
A moderate, advanced, or sometimes extreme degree of leukocytosis that is similar or possibly identical to that occurring in leukemia but is due to some other cause.
1. a combining form with the meanings “white,” “white blood cell,” used in the formation of compound words: leukopoiesis; leukotomy. combining form 1. a variant of leuco- leuko- or leuk- or leuco- or leuc- pref.
leukoagglutinin leu·ko·ag·glu·ti·nin (lōō’kō-ə-glōōt’n-ĭn) n. An antibody that agglutinates leukocytes.
[loo-kuh-blast] /ˈlu kəˌblæst/ noun, Cell Biology. 1. an immature leukocyte. leukoblast leu·ko·blast (lōō’kə-blāst’) n. An immature white blood cell formed during the transition from lymphoidocyte to promyelocyte. Also called proleukocyte. leu’ko·blas’tic adj.
leukoblastosis leu·ko·blas·to·sis (lōō’kō-blā-stō’sĭs) n. The abnormal proliferation of immature white blood cells, especially in granulocytic and lymphocytic leukemia.