vacuolization


vacuolization

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vac·u·ol·iza·tion also Brit vac·u·ol·isa·tion .vak-yə-.wō-lə-'zā-shən n VACUOLATION <\vacuolization of erythroid cells>

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vac·u·o·li·za·tion (vak″u-o-lĭ-zaґshən) vacuolation (def. 1).

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