Examples from the Web for polynuclear
In considering the production of polynuclear eosinophilia we may best start from an experiment of E. Neusser's.
In contradistinction to the polynuclear neutrophil elements, these mononuclear forms shew no amœboid movement on the warm stage.
Amongst these are to be mentioned: (a) dwarf forms of the polynuclear neutrophils and of the eosinophil elements respectively.
Here also the same process of ripening can be seen in the polynuclear eosinophil leucocytes.
Polynuclear neutrophil leucocytosis, is the most frequent of all forms of active leucocytoses.