Schistocyte

Schistocyte

May 24th – A schistocyte or schizocyte (from Greek schistos for “divided” or schistein for “to split”, and kytos for “hollow” or “cell”) is a fragmented part of a red blood cell. Schistocytes are typically irregularly shaped, jagged, and have two pointed ends. A true schistocyte does not have central pallor. Schistocytes are sometimes referred …

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