rubriblast


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rubriblast

[′rü·brə‚blast]
(histology)
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The first, also called erythroleukemia, involves myeloblasts and rubriblasts (BENNETT et al., 1976).
Of the total nucleated cells of the bone marrow, 48% corresponded to blasts, with diameters between 15 and 20 pm, eccentric nuclei formed by loose chromatin, and inconspicuous nucleoli (1-4 per cell), abundant and intensely basophilic cytoplasm, characteristic of rubriblasts (Figure 1B).