haemopoiesis


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haemopoiesis

(ˌhiːməʊpɔɪˈiːsɪs; ˌhɛm-) or

hemopoiesis

n
(Physiology) physiol another name for haematopoiesis
haemopoietic, hemopoietic adj
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Noun1.haemopoiesis - the formation of blood cells in the living body (especially in the bone marrow)
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
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The workshop comprises of six modules, which covered the major areas related to blood tests for disease diagnosis, haemopoiesis sample required and sampling techniques, blood chemistry tests, renal physiological correlation in relation to the disease picture, brucellosis antibody rapid test kit, liver function test (LFT) of different parameters in relation to the disease picture, significance of (CFS, fecal sample, vaginal fluid) in disease diagnosis, postmortem and ELISA interpretation in poultry disease and small animal ultrasonography etc.
Histologically, the typical findings in the liver biopsies of PFIC2 patients are giant-cell (syncycial) hepatitis with hepatocanalicular cholestasis, while extramedullary haemopoiesis is frequently discernible within lobules.
Roberts, "The role of mesenchymal stem cells in haemopoiesis," Blood Reviews, vol.
However, several CMPN-like clinic-pathological entities have since been described and, at present the World Health Organization (WHO) system for classification of myeloid neoplasms organize classic MPN as a completely separate category.4 are clonal disorders of haemopoiesis that lead to an increase in the numbers of one or more mature blood cell progeny.
Vigna et al., "Paraplegia due to a paravertebral extramedullary haemopoiesis in a patient with polycythaemia vera," Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
Polychromasia is also seen in extramedullary haemopoiesis due to myeloid metaplasia in reticulo-endothelial tissue.