Definition of Haemogenesis
1. Noun. The formation of blood cells in the living body (especially in the bone marrow).
Generic synonyms: Biological Process, Organic Process
Derivative terms: Haematopoietic, Haemopoietic, Hematopoietic, Hemopoietic
Medical Definition of Haemogenesis
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemogenesis
Literary usage of Haemogenesis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Therapeutic Gazette (1894)
"The rôle of haemogenesis in pernicious anaemia, though of secondary importance and sequential, is doubtless an essential one. There must be some reason for ..."
2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1895)
"FRAZER asked in what form Dr. Scott considered the iron to be present in the specimens exhibited ? DR. BOTD said he considered the increased haemogenesis in ..."
3. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"In post-foetal life the importance of this organ in haemogenesis remains more or less in doubt. Bizzozero, Foa, and Salvioli found that nucleated corpuscles ..."
4. The Clinical Journal (1906)
"No abnormal pigment is found in urine or viscera. There is evidence of haemogenesis in viscera. It is doubtless the same disease or allied to the anémie ..."
5. The Biology of the Blood-cells with a Glossary of Hæmatological Terms: For by Oskar Cameron Gruner (1914)
"According to some writers, the process of haemogenesis in this tissue is the same in early ... At a later epoch in intra-hepatic haemogenesis, the primitive ..."
6. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1898)
"J ) Is the ideal remedy in all diseases character- f ized by defective haemogenesis. Promotes cell proliferation and supplies the » new born cells with ..."