Lupus erythematosus cell

lupus erythematosus cell n.
Abbr. LE cell
A polymorphonuclear white blood cell that has ingested another cell’s nuclear material after that cell has been denatured by a substance present in the blood and bodily fluids of individuals who have systemic lupus erythematosus.


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