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Medical Term:

microhematocrit concentration

 

Definition: the centrifugation of whole anticoagulated blood using microhematocrit tubes to obtain a buffy coat layer containing white blood cells; blood films for staining can be prepared from this layer of cells and examined for the presence of parasites (trypanosomes and intracellular leishmaniae).

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