produced in the bone marrow.

Also my·e·log·e·nous [mahy-uh-loj-uh-nuh s] /ˌmaɪ əˈlɒdʒ ə nəs/.

Origin of myelogenic

First recorded in 1875–80; myelo- + -genic Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for myelogenic

Historical Examples of myelogenic

  • How many of our physicians are in a position to distinguish between a myelogenic leukocythæmia and a lymphatic leukæmia?

  • They form a constant characteristic of myelogenic leukæmia, and in these cases generally occur in large numbers.

  • It has for instance happened that unskilled observers have regarded and worked up cases of lymphatic leukæmia as myelogenic.

  • In all cases of myelogenic leukæmia the increase of mast cells is absolute and considerable.

  • Zappert reported a patient, who in February, 1892, had shewn the typical signs of myelogenic leukæmia.