polychromatophilia

(pol″e-kro″mә-to-fil´e-ә) the property of being stainable with various stains; affinity for all sorts of stains. a condition in which the erythrocytes, on staining, show various shades of blue combined with tinges of pink. adj., polychromatophil´ic., adj.
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polychromatophilia

1. A tendency of certain cells, such as the red blood cells in pernicious anaemia, to stain with basic and also acid dyes. ... 2. Condition characterised by the presence of many red blood cells that have an affinity for acid, basic, or neutral stains. ... Synonym: polychromasia, polychromatosis, polychromophilia. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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polychromatophilia

Type: Term Pronunciation: pol′ē-krō′mă-tō-fil′ē-ă Definitions: 1. A tendency of certain cells, such as the red blood cells in pernicious anemia, to stain with both basic and acidic dyes. 2. Condition characterized by the presence of many red blood cells that have an affinity for acidic, basic, or neut...
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