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nor·mo·blast

 (nôr′mə-blăst′)
n.
An erythroblast, especially one that is developing normally, in contrast with an abnormal megaloblast.

[German Normoblast : norm(al), normal (from Late Latin normālis; see normal) + -blast, -blast (from Greek blastos, bud, germ).]

nor′·mo·blas′tic (-blăs′tĭk) adj.
Translations

nor·mo·blast

n. normoblasto, célula roja precursora de los eritrocitos en los humanos.
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In addition to the sickled RBCs, 13 had normoblasts and polychromasia, 15 had neutrophilic leucocytosis and 12 had thrombocytopenia.
22) Chorangiosis has statistically nonsignificantly clustered with preuterine hypoxia, multiple pregnancy, and normoblasts in fetal circulation.
Peripheral blood smear showed microcytic, hypochromic red blood corpuscles with immature white blood cells (WBCs; myleocytes, metamyleocytes, and bandforms) and normoblasts (3-4/100 WBC).
The reagent solutions and related supplies for the analyzer must allow for the analysis of blood counts, 5-population differential budget, immature forms of leukocytes, reticulocytes and normoblasts in the peripheral blood for hematological laboratory EUKBH LochotE[degrees]n FN Plzen.
Phagocytic vesicles contained red blood cells and normoblasts, neutrophils and platelets.
Bone marrow aspiration showed hypercellularity, with 45% myeloblasts, 15% promyelocytes, 7% myelocytes, 4% metamyelocytes, 1% eosinophils, 2% neutrophils, 15% lymphocytes, and 11% normoblasts.
Routine full blood counts showed that, on average, the SCD patients had a normocytic, normochromic anaemia with a high white cell count, the latter usually indicative of excess normoblasts in the peripheral blood.
These give rise to precursors that are microscopically recognisable as normoblasts comprising the red cells series that include erythroid islands (Fig.
Macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of the placenta was aided by filling out a checklist with (a) macroscopic parameters: insertion and length of the cord, number of vessels in the cord, placental weight, presence of hematoma on the maternal surface, coloration of fetal surface, placental thicknesses, maternal infarction, insertion and color of fetal membranes and number of cotyledons; (b) microscopic parameters: changes of decidual vessels, location of fibrinoid depositions, location of placental hematoma, location and age of thrombus, number of villi vessels, presence of normoblasts and necrosis in the villi.
A complete blood cell count showed a leukocyte count of 6,110/[micro]L (4% bands, 77% segmented neutrophils, 7% lymphocytes, 6% normoblasts, and 3% myelocytes), hemoglobin level of 11.
Compared with simple [beta]-heterozygotes, co-inheritance of triplicated or quadruplicated [alpha]-globin genes in [beta]-heterozygotes often leads to more significant anemia, splenomegaly, more pronounced red cell abnormalities, the presence of circulating normoblasts, higher hemoglobin F concentrations, and even the presence of inclusion bodies in erythroblasts (3,4).