- 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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Examples from the Web for myelogenous
The leukocyte count is high, but lower than in the myelogenous type.
Eosinophil myelocytes are almost constantly present in myelogenous leukæmia and in anæmia pseudolymphatica infantum.Histology of the Blood
(c) They are decreased in chronic lymphatic leukemia, and greatly increased in the myelogenous form.
A notable increase is limited almost exclusively to myelogenous leukemia, where they are sometimes very numerous.
Their presence in the blood in considerable numbers is diagnostic of myelogenous leukemia.
- Produced by or originating in the bone marrow.
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