plasmotropism plas·mot·ro·pism (plāz-mŏt’rə-pĭz’əm)
A condition in which the bone marrow, spleen, and liver contain strongly hemolytic bodies that cause the destruction of the red blood cells, which are not affected while in the blood.


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