Hyperchromasia, hypochromia

Hyperchromasia, hypochromia (synonym: hyperchromia, hypochromia) is increasing (hyperchromasia) or decrease (hypochromia) the degree of painting of the erythrocyte. Hyperchromasia associated with an increase in hemoglobin in red blood cellsthat depends on more of their volume (mikrocytos, megalocytes)and not become saturated hemoglobin. Color index is greater than 1. Hypochromia depends on low content of hemoglobin in a red; there may be small volume of the erythrocyte or lack of iron, essential for the synthesis of hemoglobin. Color indicator is less than 1.