- produced in the bone marrow.
Also my·e·log·e·nous [mahy-uh-loj-uh-nuh s] /ˌmaɪ əˈlɒdʒ ə nəs/.
Origin of myelogenic
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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.