- the appearance of immature, nucleated, red-colored blood cells in the circulating blood
- a disease of the developing fetus and newborn infant, characterized by a hemolytic anemia and jaundice and caused by an incompatibility of blood types between mother and fetus, usually involving the Rh factoralso called erythroblastosis fe·tal·is
- A medical condition in which erythroblasts are abnormally found in the blood.
erythroblastosis - Medical Definition
n.pl. erythroblastoses (-sēz)