thrombocyte

Archaic name for a blood platelet.

thrombocyte

(throm´bo-sīt) platelet. adj., thrombocyt´ic., adj.
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thrombocyte

(throm;buo-s1t) A blood platelet formed from a fragmented megakaryocyte.
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thrombocyte

<haematology> Archaic name for a blood platelet. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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thrombocyte

a small, nucleated, spindle-shaped cell of nonmammalian vertebrates that plays a role in the clotting of blood; or a blood platelet, a small, ...
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thrombocyte

A tiny piece of a cell found in the blood that breaks off from a large cell found in the bone marrow. Thrombocytes help wounds heal and prevent bleeding by forming blood clots. Also called platelet.
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Thrombocyte

Noun: A blood platelet .
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Thrombocyte

Thrombocyte: A platelet. Crucial to normal blood clotting. Although platelets are sometimes classed as blood cells, they are not. They are fragments of a large cell called a megakaryocyte (literally, a large cell).
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thrombocyte

thrombocyte: see blood clotting.
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thrombocyte

Type: Term Pronunciation: throm′bō-sīt Synonyms: platelet
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