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Irritation cell

Irritation cell --> turk cell

a relatively large, immature cell with certain morphologic features resembling those of a plasma cell, although the nuclear pattern is similar to that of a myeloblast; found in circulating blood only in pathologic conditions.

Synonym: irritation cell, turks leukocyte.


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