Mesolymphocyte



mesolymphocyte mes·o·lym·pho·cyte (měz’ə-lĭm’fə-sīt’, měs’-)
n.
A mononuclear leukocyte of medium size, probably a lymphocyte, having a deeply staining nucleus that is relatively smaller than that in most lymphocytes.

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