Haemoconia

Haemoconia (or Hemoconia) are small particles of lipids formed by fragmentation of the stroma of erythrocytes (red-blood cells). They are ingested by phagocytes within the blood. Haemoconia were first discovered in 1896 by HF M├╝ller. ...
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haemoconia

Small refractive particles in the circulating blood, probably lipid material associated with fragmented stroma from red blood cells. ... Synonym: blood dust, blood motes, dust corpuscles. ... Origin: haemo-+ G. Konis, dust ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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