One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Note the budding and the more oval appearance of each cell. (‘A’ is a crenated red blood cell; ‘C’ is also a red cell.)’
- ‘As markers of the membrane, this author used the spicules of a crenated red cell, a spot created by illumination of the membrane with a laser, or Heinz bodies.’
- ‘In urine with a very high specific gravity the red cells become crenated which may appear as granules or spikes in the cell.’
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