erythro-


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erythro-

or erythr-
pref.
1. Red: erythrocyte.
2. Erythrocyte: erythropoiesis.

[From Greek eruthros, red; see reudh- in Indo-European roots.]

erythro-

or

erythr-

combining form
(Colours) red: erythrocyte.
[from Greek eruthros red]

erythro-

a combining form meaning “red” (erythrocyte) or “red blood cell” (erythropoiesis).
[< Greek, comb. form of erythrós red, reddish]
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67 Table 4: Haemato-biochemical categorisation of DFM positive animals with clinical signs (n=30) Leuco- Neutro- Low Erythro- Thrombo- Elevated cytosis philia Hb cytopenia cytopenia Creatinine 8 11 9 6 9 7 26.
Amp- Ampillicin; Amoxi-clav- Amoxicillin-clavulinic acid; Amik- Amikacin; CefotaxCefotaxime; Cefaz- Cefazolin; Erythro- Erythromycin; Genta- Gentamycin; Cipro- Ciprofloxacin; Pen-Penicillin; Staph- Staphylococcus aureus; Ps- Pseudomonas; Strepto- Streptococcus; Entero- Enterobacter; Acenito- Acenitobacter)
35 hydroperoxide (C18:2-9-OOH) [add: Cholesterylester hydroperoxide (C18:2-13-00H), Cholesterylester hydroperoxide (C20:4-OOH)] erythro- 1.
Also a large amount of nuclear cells, round with clear nucleolus, showing erythro- and leukophagocytosis, as well as abnormal mitoses.
Plasmodium Falciparum is the most virulent of all malarial species because it infects erythro- cyte of any stage leading to high grade Para- sitemia8.
Bone marrow aspiration revealed complete absence of megakaryocytes in an otherwise normocellular marrow with active erythro- and granulopoiesis, with no dysplastic features or abnormal cell infiltrates.