erythropoiesis

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erythropoiesis

[ə‚rith·rə‚pȯi′ē·səs]
(physiology)
The process by which erythrocytes are formed. Also known as erythrocytopoiesis.
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Bain BJ, Clark DM, Lampert IA (Eds) Disorders of erythropoesis, granulopoesis and thrombopoesis.
Intermittent hypobaric hypoxia stimulates erythropoesis and improves aerobic capacity.
In addition to these, antioxidant enzymes requiring zinc as cofactors are inhibited while erythropoesis may become impaired due to non-iron availability.
It revealed increased erythropoesis, but no changes indicative of a hematological malignancy.
The pathophysiology of hemolytic anemia involves the destruction of erthythrocytes and the subsequent acceleration of erythropoesis.