- enPR: hē'mə-tə-jĕn'ĭ-sĭs
- (hematology, cytology) Blood cell formation in the human body, especially the bone marrow, hematopoiesis.
- 1903. James Ewing. Clinical Pathology of the Blood: A Treatise on the General Principles and Special Application of Hematology. Page 215: "Progressive pernicious anemia is believed by some to result through defective hematogenesis, and by others primarily from excessive..."
- 1965. William Bloom and Hal Downey. Handbook of Hematology. Page 867: "This has not as yet been accomplished for mammalian material, although studies have been made of hematogenesis in vivo in Fundulus embryos..."
- 2005. C. Edward Collins. A Short Course in Medical Terminology. Page 302: "...or wrinkled skin blood cyst formation of blood cells adjectival form of hematogenesis abnormal blood condition pain in a nerve stretched nerve synonym..."
hematopoiesis — see hematopoiesis