Anisocytosis

Anisocytosis is a medical term meaning that a patient`s red blood cells are of unequal size. This is commonly found in anemia and other blood conditions. False diagnostic flagging may be triggered by an elevated WBC count, agglutinated RBCs, RBC fragments, giant platelets or platelet clumps. In addition, it is a characteristic feature of bovine b....
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anisocytosis

<haematology> A condition where the red blood cells are unequal in size, evident on blood smear. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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anisocytosis

(an-i″so-si-to┬┤sis) the presence in the blood of erythrocytes showing abnormal variations in size; see also macrocythemia and microcythemia.
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anisocytosis

anisocytosis Considerable variation in the size of cells that are normally uniform, especially with reference to red blood cells.
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Anisocytosis

Anisocytosis: Excessive inequality in the size of the red blood cells. Anisocytosis ('aniso') is apparent on a blood smear. From aniso-, meaning unequal + -cytosis, referring to cells.
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anisocytosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: an-ī′sō-sī-tō′sis Definitions: 1. Considerable variation in the size of cells that are normally uniform, especially with reference to red blood cells.
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anisocytosis

Varied sizes of red blood cells. May be an indicator of regenerative anemia.
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