a giant monocyte.
a large myeloblast.
a very large nucleated erythrocyte; macroblast.
the larger nucleus when there are two in the cell.
an essential nutrient that has a large minimal daily requirement (greater than 100 mg for a ruminant); calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium and chloride are macronutrients.
abnormally enlarged claws or hooves.
an abnormally large opening between the eyelids that, in animals, allows greater exposure of sclera. Commonly seen in the brachycephalic dog breeds, where it predisposes to proptosis, abnormal distribution of the tear film, and may be the cause of exposure keratitis because of an inability to close the lids completely.
any of the large, mononuclear, highly phagocytic cells derived from bone marrow cells, promonocytes, the progeny of which, the monocytes, enter the bloodstream, where they stay for a few days before entering the tissues and developing into macrophages. They are components of the monocyte–macrophage system. Macrophages are usually immobile but become actively mobile when stimulated by inflammation,...
abnormal enlargement of the eyeball.
large droplets filled with fluid formed when excess tissue fluid is engulfed by cells as part of a clean-up of tissue spaces.