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plasma cell  a round cell with an off-center nucleus containing coarsely clumped chromatin and deep blue cytoplasm with a clear zone adjacent to the nucleus; these cells are involved in synthesis, storage, and release of immunoglobulins. Pathological plasma cells are seen in multiple myeloma and Waldenström macroglobulinemia. Called also plasmacyte.




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