myelogone

[mīə-lə-gōn′]
n.
  1. An immature white blood cell of the bone marrow characterized by a relatively large, fairly deeply stained, finely reticulated nucleus that contains palely stained nucleoli, and a scant amount of rimlike, nongranular, moderately basophilic cytoplasm.
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