basophilia


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ba·so·phil·i·a

 (bā′sə-fĭl′ē-ə, -zə-)
n.
1. The affinity of cellular structures for basic dyes, such as methylene blue.
2. An increase in the number of basophils in the circulating blood.
3. An abnormal stippling of red blood cells with basic staining granules.

basophilia

(ˌbeɪsəˈfɪlɪə)
n
1. (Pathology) an abnormal increase of basophil leucocytes in the blood
2. (Biology) the affinity of a biological specimen for basic dyes
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.basophilia - the tendency of cells to stain with basic dyes; "cytoplasmic basophilia"
stainability - (cytology) the capacity of cells or cell parts to stain specifically with certain dyes
Translations
basophilie
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Eosinophilia and basophilia may be expected with envenomation hypersensitivity (14-17) but were not observed in this case.
1 Typical presentations of CML include high white count dominated by mature myeloid cells, with basophilia and eosinophilia in the peripheral blood, and a bone marrow showing a myeloid dominant maturation with atypical micromegakaryocytes in tight clusters.
Section of brain showing ischemia induced changes like loss of basophilia due to necrosis of the small neurons of the granular layer of brain in ischemic control group.
Dysplastic lesions are characterized by proliferative phenomenon, gland crypts with enlarged lumens, marked cell basophilia, goblet cells depletion and polarity loss (15).
The cells circulating in the peripheral blood can be characterized by nuclear-cytoplasmic asynchrony, visualized most often by a persistence of basophilia in the cytoplasm of cells with nuclei that appear to be more mature.
The significant increase in basophilia in summer indicated severe stress condition in normal birds similar to the findings of Altan et al.
10) Basophilia, eosinophilia and thrombocytosis are often present.
Toluidine blue (TB) is a basic dye that helps in identification of myeloid blasts showing differentiation towards basophils, which may be seen in acute basophilic leukemia, basophilic blast crisis of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) and AML with basophilia.
The degenerative changes extend to the level of the perichondrium; they are associated with (1) a loss of the normal basophilia of the underlying cartilage, (2) focal fibrosis with increased cellularity, or (3) dropout of chondrocytes.
Associated basophilia and thrombocytosis are common.
2][mu]-globulin (an effect not observed with TCE treatment) along with hyaline droplet accumulation and basophilia between 16 and 18 weeks but gave no quantitative analyses.