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re•tic•u•lo•cyte



Pronunciation: (ri-tik'yu-lu-sīt"), [key]
n. Anat.
a very young red blood cell, sampled as a measure of red blood cell formation; reticulated erythrocyte.

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reticulereticuloendothelial
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