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Educational Features
● normal
Image Atlas ● capillary
Case Studies ● EDTA anticoagulated
Private Lectures
Conference Reviews
Area
Journal Articles
Book Reviews
Glossary ● dense area
● thin area
● tail area
● side edge
Resources

Conference Calendar Bone Marrow


Grants & Fellowships
Hematology Links
● normal
Full Text Journals
● biopsy
Classifieds
● imprint
● particle
● hypercellular
hypocellular
Specialties

BMT/Stem Cell
Buffy Coat Preparation
Cord Blood
Thrombosis
Hemostasis Diseases
Laboratory
Malignancies ● Acute myeloid leukemia
Pediatrics ● AIDS
Red Cell Disorders ● Aplastic anemia
Infections ● Arthritis
Transfusion Medicine ● Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AHD; AIHD)
Veterinary ● Cancer
● Chronic myeloid leukemia
● Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC)
● Essential thrombocytosis (ET)
● Gaucher's disease

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News ● Gray platelet syndrome


● Hemolytic anemia
Hematology News ● Hypersplenism
Blood News Update ● Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)
● Infection
● Infectious mononucleosis
● Iron deficiency
Discussion
● Megakaryocytic (M-7) leukemia
Today's Discussion ● Megakaryocytic leukemia, in remission
Create New Topic ● Monocytic leukemia (M-4)
List by Topic ● Monocytic leukemia (M-5)
● Multiple myeloma
● Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)
● Myeloid (granulocytic) leukemia (CML)
● Myeloid leukemia (AML) (M-1, M-2)
● Myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Myeloproliferative disease
● Neuroblastoma
● Pernicious anemia
● Platelet clumping in EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Platelet Satelletism
● Sepsis
● Thalassemia minor
● Thrombocytosis
● Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP)
● Viral reaction

Macrophage

Mast Cell

Megakaryocyte

● abnormal
● mature
● late
● promegakaryocyte
● young
● intermediate
● megakaryocyte cytoplasmic fragment
● megakaryoblast
● binucleated
● micromegakaryocyte
● mitotic form
● small
● bare nucleus (nuclei)
● nuclear mass
● emperipolis
● reticulin fibers

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Monocyte

● early monocyte
● immature monocyte
● young monocyte
● monoblast
● reactive monocyte
● toxic monocyte
● cytoplasmic fragments

Non-hemopoietic Cells

● endothelial cell
● epithelial (squamous) cells
● fat cell
● microorganisms
● neuroblastoma cells
● osteoblast
● osteoclast

Nucleated Red Blood Cell (NRBC)

● late erythroblast (normoblast, metarubicyte)


● orthochromatic erythroblast (normoblast, metarubicyte)
● intermediate erythroblast (normoblast, rubicyte)
● polychromatic erythroblast (normoblast, rubicyte)
● early erythroblast (normoblast, rubiblast)
● basophilic erythroblast (normoblast, prorubicyte)
● proerythroblast (normoblast, rubiblast)

Plasma Cell

● plasma cell with multiple vacuoles


● plasma cell with vacuoles over nucleus
● binucleated plasma cell
● multinucleated plasma cell
● Mott cell

Platelets

● normal
● abnormal
● agranular
● clump
● colorless
● small
● overlying a red cell
● cytoplasmic fragments
● platelet ribbon

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Megathrombocyte

● normal
● abnormal
● agranular

Red Blood Cells

● normochromic
● microcytic
● macrocytic
● oval macrocytes
● polychromatophilic RBC

Stains

● Acid Phosphatase
● Esterase
● Glycoprotein IIb,IIIa
● Hematoxylin and Eosin (H & E) stain
● Iron
● Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS)
● Peroxidase
● Toluidine Blue
● Wrights-Giemsa

White Blood Cell (WBC)

Basophil

● mature
● young

Eosinophil

● mature eosinophil
● band eosinophil
● eosinophilic metamyelocyte
● eosinophlic myelocyte

Neutrophil

● mature neutrophil
● band neutrophil
● metamyelocyte
● myelocyte

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● promyelocyte (progranulocyte)
● myeloblast
● reticular cell
● hypersegmented neutrophil
● toxic neutrophil
● disrupted
● smashed
● smudged cell
● Pelgeroid
● abnormal
● colorless cytoplasm
● double nucleus
● neutrophil surrounded by platelets
● segmented

Lymphocyte

● mature
● large
● reactive
● plasmacytoid
● young lymphocyte
● lymphoblast
● smudge cell
● large granular lymphocyte (LGL)
● small

Blast

● normal
● abnormal

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The first installment of this fully searchable
directory features more than 800
hematological slides depicting various blood
Educational Features
disorders and malignancies.
Image Atlas
Case Studies The Image Atlas represents some twenty years
Private Lectures of work by Jean Shafer, Assistant Professor of
Conference Reviews Medicine at the Rochester School of Medicine. Bloodline Reviews
Journal Articles Volume 1, Issue 3
Book Reviews Use one of the following methods to access Hematological Testing
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Resources

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Hematology Links
Full Text Journals
Classifieds
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Hemostasis assumes no responsibility for any use or
Laboratory misuse of this material and makes no warranty
Malignancies or representation of any kind with respect to
Pediatrics the material available at this site.
Red Cell Disorders
Infections Bloodline Reviews
Transfusion Medicine Volume 1, Issue 4
Veterinary Recombinant Factor VIIa
for Bleeding in Surgery
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News

Hematology News
Blood News Update

Discussion

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BMTR Volume 11 No. 2
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Prophylaxis for
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Autologous Blood and


Marrow Transplantation
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About ● Lymphocyte, platelet fragment, megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia
● Small platelets, megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia
● Small platelets, acute megakaryocytic (M-7) leukemia
● Abnormal neutrophils, Pelgeroid, platelets, AML blood
Educational Features ● Hyposegmented neutrophil, blasts, megathrombocyte, AML blood
Pelgeroid neutrophil, lymphocyte, AML blood
Image Atlas

Pelgeroid neutrophil, monocyte, blast, platelets, AML blood


Case Studies

Myelocytes, abnormal platelets, AML blood


Private Lectures

Mature neutrophil, blast, acute megakaryocytic leukemia


Conference Reviews

Blasts, megathrombocyte, acute megkaryocytic leukemia


Journal Articles

Blasts, megathrombocyte, neutrophil, monocyte, AML blood


Book Reviews

Late neutrophil, Pelgeroid, colorless cytoplasm, AML blood


Glossary

● Agranular megathrombocytes, AML capillary blood


● Megathrombocytes, agranular platelet, AML capillary blood
● Blast, late neutrophil, megathrombocytes, AML blood
Resources ● Pelgeroid and intermediate neutrophils, blasts, AML relapse
● Blasts, Pelgeroid neutrophils, AML in relapse
Conference Calendar
● Blasts, neutrophilic myelocyte, band neutrophil, AML relapse
Grants & Fellowships
● Pelgeroid neutrophils, blasts, AML in relapse
Hematology Links
● Blasts, abnormal megathrombocyte, AML in relapse
Full Text Journals
● Blasts, neutrophilic myelocyte, monocyte, AML in relapse
Classifieds
● Blasts, Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7) in relapse
● Blasts, neutrophilic promyelocyte, AML in relapse
● Pelgeroid neutrophil, progranulocyte, AML in relapse
Progranulocytes, acute megakaryocytic leukemia in relapse
Specialties

● Pelgeroid eutrophil, Megakaryocyte, Megakaryocytic Leukemia


BMT/Stem Cell ● Young Basophil, neutrophilic myelocyte, M-7 leukemia
Cord Blood ● Abnormal agranular megathrombocytes, megakaryocytic leukemia
Thrombosis ● Abnormal late neutrophils, colorless cytoplasm, M-7 leukemia
Hemostasis ● Abnormal late neutrophils, Pelgeroid, M-7 leukemia
Laboratory ● Pelgeroid neutrophil, blasts, M-7 leukemia
Malignancies ● Blast, progranulocyte, M-7 leukemia
Pediatrics ● Progranulocytes, neutrophilic myelocyte, M-7 leukemia
Red Cell Disorders ● Abnormal megakaryoblasts, myelocytes, M-7 leukemia
Infections ● Abnormal megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia
Transfusion Medicine ● Peroxidase and Wright's-Giemsa stains, M-7 leukemia
Veterinary ● Peroxidase and Wright's-Giemsa stains, M-7 leukemia blood
● Peroxidase and Wright's-Giemsa stains, M-7 leukemia blood
● Blasts, peroxidase stain, M-7 leukemia blood
● Peroxidase and Wright's-Giemsa stains, M-7 leukemia blood
● Late neutrophil, platelet, PAS stain, M-7 leukemia

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News ● Neutrophils, PAS stain, ds, ds18, ds19, bd


● Peroxidase stain, M-7 leukemia blood
Hematology News ● Blast, transmission electron micrograph, M-7 leukemia
Blood News Update ● Transmission electron micrograph, M-7 leukemia in relapse
● Abnormal megathrombocytes and platelets, TEM, M-7 leukemia
● Von Willebrand antibody plus fluorescein stain, M-7 leukemia
● Von Willebrand antibody plus fluorescein stain, M-7 leukemia
Discussion
● Platelets, Von Willebrand antibody, M-7 leukemia
Today's Discussion ● Von Willebrand antibody plus fluorescein stain, M-7 leukemia
Create New Topic ● Platelets, Von Willebrand antibody, M-7 leukemia
List by Topic ● Late NRBC, Mature Lymphocyte, AML
● Basophil, AML
● Bare Nucleus, Megakaryocyte, Blast, AML
● Bare Nuclei, Megakaryocytes, Blast, AML
● Blast, Late NRBC, Progranulocyte, Basophil, AML
● Late NRBC, Basophil, Megakaryocyte, Blast, AML
● Monocyte, Bare Nucleus, Megakaryocyte, AML
● Blasts, AML
● Blasts, Megakaryocyte nucleus, AML
● Platelets, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML
● Blast, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML
● Blasts, Platelets, AML
● Blasts, AML
● Megathrombocytes, Blast, AML
● Bare nucleus, AML
● Blasts, AML
● Blast, AML
● Blast, Megathrombocyte, AML
● Normal Platelets, Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Normal Platelets , Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Normal Platelets , Proper Thickness, Field to Examine
● Normal Platelets, Normocytic, normochromic RBC, Normal EDTA
● Platelets, Thrombocytopenia, Normal RBC, EDTA
● Clump of Platelets, Normal Capillary blood
● Clumps of Platelets, Thrombocytosis, Capillary blood
● Clump of Platelets, Thrombocytosis, Capillary blood
● Clumps of Platelets, Thrombocytosis, Capillary blood
● Platelet Ribbon, Normal blood
● Small Platelets, Megathrombocyte, Band Neutrophil
● Small Platelets, Megathrombocyte, Platelets Overlying RBC
● Small Platelets, Megathrombocytes
● Platelets, Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Platelets, Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Platelet, Megathrombocyte, Mature, ITP
● Megathrombocyte, Normal capillary blood smear
● Abnormal megathrombocytes, Capillary blood, MDS
● Platelet overlying a red cell, Megathrombocyte, MDS
● Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood, ET
● Colorless Platelets, Gray Platelet syndrome blood
● Colorless Platelets, Gray Platelet Syndrome blood
● Platelet , Mature Neutrophil, (PAS) stain
● Cytoplasmic Fragments, Leukemic Monocytes, Platelets, M-5

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● Immature Monocytes, cytoplasmic fragmentation, M-5


● Immature Monocytes, Cytoplasmic Fragments, M-5 leukemia
● Immature Monocytes, Megakaryocyte Nucleus, M-5
● Neutrophils surrounded by platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Neutrophil Surrounded by Platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Late Neutrophil Surrounded - Platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Neutrophils surrounded by platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Mature Neutrophils surrounded by Platelets, Satellitism
● Mature Neutrophils, Platelet Satellitism
● Neutrophils surrounded by platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Monocyte, engulfed platelets, Platelet Satellitism
● Platelet Satellitism
● Neutrophils, platelet satellitism, marrow
● Neutrophils, platelet satellitism, marrow
● Platelet Satellitism
● Platelet clumping in EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Platelet clumping in EDTA anticoagulated blood
● Reactive lymphocytes, Hepatitis blood
● Reactive, plasmacytoid, basophilic, reticular lymphocytes
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, viral infection blood
● Monocyte, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, LGL, viral infection
● Reactive lymphocytes, viral infection blood
● Reactive lymphocyte, viral infection blood
● Reactive lymphocyte, viral infection blood
● Cytomegalovirus infection blood
● Reactive lymphocyte, plasmacytoid, cytomegalovirus infection
● Reactive lymphocytes, Cytomegalovirus infection blood
● Reactive, plasmacytoid lymphocytes, LGL, Cytomegalovirus
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, renal infection blood
● Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, viral infection
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, viral or bacterial infection
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, drug reaction blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, viral or bacterial infection
● Reactive, plasmacytoid, viral infection blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphs, infectious mononucleosis blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphoid, infectious mononucleosis blood
● Plasma cell, alcoholic, liver disease
● Plasma Cell, alcoholic, liver disease blood
● Plasma Cell, alcoholic, liver disease blood
● Plasma Cell, alcoholic, liver disease blood
● Plasmacytoid, mature, plasma cell, alcoholic, liver disease
● Plasmacytoid, plasma cell, alcoholic, liver disease blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, alcoholic, liver disease blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, neutrophilic myelocyte, alcoholic
● Blast cell, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, alcoholic/liver disease
● Mott Cell, alcoholic with liver disease
● Plasma cell, Mott Cell, alcoholic, liver disease
● Mott Cell, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, alcoholic, liver disease
● Mott Cell, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, alcoholic, liver disease

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● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, alcoholic, liver disease blood


● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, severe arthritis with osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, severe arthritis with osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid lymphocytes, Mott Cell, arthritis, osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid, plasma cells, severe arthritis, osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, severe arthritis with osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, severe arthritis with osteoporosis
● Plasma cells, severe arthritis with osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid, plasma cell, severe arthritis, osteoporosis
● Plasmacytoid, plasma cell, severe arthritis, osteoporosis
● Plasma cell, bacterial infection blood
● Plasma cell, monocytes, platelets, breast cancer blood
● Dying plasma cell, late neutrophils
● Plasma cell, Mott cell, buffy coat preparation
● Mott cell, Russell bodies, red cell transfusion
● Mott cell, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, viral infection
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, serum sickness
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, serum sickness
● Rouleaux formation, Multiple myeloma
● Rouleaux formation, Multiple myeloma
● Rouleaux formation, plasma cell, Multiple myeloma
● Rouleaux formation, Multiple myeloma
● Pathologic rouleaux formation, Multiple myeloma
● Pathologic rouleaux, plasma cell, Multiple myeloma
● Pathologic rouleaux, Multiple myeloma
● Agglutination, Cold agglutinin hemolytic anemia
● Eosinophil, Normal blood
● Eosinophil, Normal blood
● Band eosinophil, mature neutrophil, Normal blood
● Basophil, eosinophils, Normal blood
● Crushed eosinophil
● Crushed eosinophil
● Late neutrophils, eosinophil, basophil
● Basophil
● Basophil
● Basophil
● Basophils, mature neutrophils, CML blood
● Young basophils, CML blood
● Crushed basophil
● Crushed basophil
● Epithelial cells
● Epithelial cells
● Epithelial cells
● Epithelial cells, microorganisms
● Epithelial cells, microorganisms
● Epithelial cell, microorganisms
● Epithelial cells
● Epithelial cell, microorganisms
● Mature megakaryocyte, blood smear
● Mature megakaryocyte, Essential Thrombocytosis
● Late megakaryocyte, buffy coat, lung cancer blood

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● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, thrombocytosis


● Small megakaryocyte, Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, Thalassemia minor blood
● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, NRBC, cancer blood
● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, Thalassemia minor blood
● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, Multiple myeloma blood
● Megakaryocytes, lung cancer, buffy coat
● Megakaryocyte nucleus, lung cancer blood
● Bare megakaryocyte nucleus, Myeloid metaplasia
● Mature megakaryocyte, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Micromegakaryocytes, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Micromegakaryocytes, myeloid metaplasia myelofibrosis blood
● Megakaryocyte nuclei, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Megakaryocyte nuclei, megathrombocytes, myeloid metaplasia
● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, myeloid metaplasia
● Megakaryocyte nucleus, megakaryocyte cytoplasmic fragment
● Micromegakaryocytes, megathrombocytes, myeloid leukemia
● Micromegakaryocytes, megathrombocyte, myeloid leukemia blood
● Micromegakaryocyte, megathrombocytes, myeloid leukemia blood
● Myeloblast, micromegakaryocyte, myeloid leukemia blood
● Micromegakaryocytes, myeloid leukemia, M-7 leukemia
● Megakaryoblasts, chronic myeloid leukemia, M-7 leukemia
● megakaryocyte nucleus, M-7 and chronic myeloid leukemias
● Megathrombocyte, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
● Megakaryocyte nuclei, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
● Megakaryocyte nuclei, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
● Megakaryocyte nucleus, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Micromegakaryocyte, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
● Platelets, neutrophil, monocyte, GP IIbIIIa stain
● Micromegakaryocytes, GP IIb,IIIa stain, myeloid metaplasia
● Normal blood
● Normal blood
● Normal blood, dense area
● Normal blood - dense area
● Normal blood - dense area, segmented neutrophil
● Normal blood - dense area, lyphocyte, segmented neutrophil
● Normal blood - thin area
● Blood - thin area, lymphocytes, neutrophils
● Blood - thin area, lymphocyte, smudge cell
● Blood - tail area, segmented neutrophils
● Normal blood - side edge, large cells
● Normal blood, segmented neutrophil, small lymphocyte
● Normal blood, segmented neutrophils, lymphocyte
● Normal blood, segmented neutrophils
● Normal blood, segmented and hypersegmented neutrophils
● Hypersegmented neutrophil, buffy coat of pernicious anemia
● Segmented neutrophils, band neutrophils, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, band neutrophil, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, monocyte, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, lymphocyte, normal blood
● Segmented and band neutrophils, lymphocyte, normal blood
● Lymphocyte, normal blood

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● Lymphocyte, normal blood


● Lymphocyte, normal blood
● Lymphocytes, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, lymphocyte, thin area blood
● Segmented neutrophil, lymphocytes, normal blood
● Very large, reactive lymphocyte, normal blood
● Very large lymphocyte, normal blood
● Lymphocyte, thin tail area blood
● Large reactive lymphocyte, normal blood
● Reactive lymphocyte, infectious mononucleosis blood
● Lymphocyte with granules, tail area of normal blood
● Large granular lymphocyte, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, monocyte, lymphocytes, normal blood
● Lymphocyte, monocyte, neutrophil, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, monocyte, normal blood
● Very small lymphocyte, monocyte, normal blood
● Plasmacytoid lymphocyte, viral reaction blood
● Lymphocyte, monocyte, normal blooad
● Lymphocyte, monocyte, normal blood
● Monocyte, dense area, normal blood
● Monocyte, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, normal blood
● Large granular lymphocyte, monocyte, normal blood
● Monocyte, normal blood
● Monocyte with several small vacuoles, normal blood
● Monocyte, normal blood
● Monocyte with folded nucleus, normal blood
● Monocyte, normal blood
● Monocyte with band shaped nucleus, normal blood
● Monocyte, band neutrophil, normal blood
● Monocyte, large lymphocyte, normal blood
● Lymphocytes, monocytes, neutrophil, buffy coat, normal blood
● Monocyte, lymphocyte, segmented neutrophil, normal blood
● Monocyte, segmented neutrophil, lymphocyte, normal blood
● Segmented neutrophil, lymphocyte, monocyte, normal blood
● Small lymphocyte, monocyte, neutrophil, normal blood
● Monocytes, segmented neutrophil, normal blood
● Moncyte, platelets, normal blood
● Monocyte with band shaped nucleus, normal blood
● Monocyte, RBC, disseminated intravascular hemolysis blood
● Monocyte with engulfed platelets, tail area blood
● Monocyte, normal blood
● Young monocyte, normal blood
● Young monocytes, normal blood
● Young monocyte, infection blood
● Normal blood

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or representation of any kind with respect to the material available at this
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Lymphocyte, platelet fragment, megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia

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One small lymphocyte, several small Platelet Fragments, 1 large Megathrombocyte showing very few granules. Acute
Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7). EDTA anticoagulated blood - 100X
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Lymphocyte, platelet fragment, megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia

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Small platelets, megathrombocyte, M-7 leukemia

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Numerous small platelets, some of which lack granules. 1 Megathrombocyte, several large red cells. Acute
Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7). EDTA anticoagulated blood - 100X
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Case Studies
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Small platelets, acute megakaryocytic (M-7) leukemia

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Numerous Small Platelets, a few large red cells, increased red cell poikilocytosis. Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-
7). EDTA anticoagulated blood - 100X
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Case Studies
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Conference Calendar
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Thrombosis
Hemostasis
Laboratory
Malignancies
Pediatrics
Red Cell Disorders
Infections
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Veterinary

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Small platelets, acute megakaryocytic (M-7) leukemia

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Abnormal neutrophils, Pelgeroid, platelets, AML blood

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Three Abnormal Late Neutrophils showing dense chromatin, hyposegmentation (Pelgeroid) and colorless cytoplasm.
Two clumps of swollen and agranular platelets and one large agranular platelet (left edge) is present. Acute
Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7). Blood - 50X
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in the field. One Abnormal Megathrombocyte with localized central granulation is at left center. Acute Megakaryocytic
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Pelgeroid neutrophil, lymphocyte, AML blood

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adhered to it. Several platelets are scattered throughout the field; some of which are agranular. The rouleaux
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One mature neutrophil with three nuclear lobes; two of which have projecting nuclear sticks. One Blast with plentiful
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Left frame: 1 Blast Middle frame: 1 band neutrophil with a rather dense nuclear chromatin and colorless cytoplasm. 1
Blast with multiple large azurophilic granules; some of which have a colorless center. The nucleus has a rather dense
nuclear chromatin. Right frame: 1 Abnormal neutrophil with at least five nuclear lobes, which show semi-dense
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Blasts, megathrombocyte, acute megkaryocytic leukemia

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Left frame: 1 Blast with a generous amount of cytoplasm and two large nucleoli, 1 megathrombocyte with peripheral
agranular "wings". Center frame: 1 late neutrophil with very dense nuclear chromatin, 1 Blast with two prominent
nucleoli. Right frame: 1 monocyte at top, 1 Blast with vacuolated cytoplasm beneath it. Acute Megakaryocytic
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Left frame: 1 abnormal late neutrophil with dense nuclear chromatin and sticks projecting from some lobes. Its
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Left frame: 2 Megathrombocytes. One is Agranular. The other is Partially Agranular yet contains a few very large
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One late Neutrophil with a very dense band shaped nucleus (Pelgeroid) and vacuolated cytoplasm at left edge, 3
Blasts in center; one containing several large granules with a pale center, 2 intermediate neutrophils at right edge.
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One neutrophilic myelocyte at top left, another at center right and top right. A blast at lower left and top center left.
A monocyte at lower right and a very abnormal cell with nuclear chromatin and nucleoli consistent with a blast and
highly granulated cytoplasm at right of center. The center of each granule appears to be colorless. Acute
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Blasts, Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7) in relapse

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Progranulocytes, acute megakaryocytic leukemia in relapse

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Four Abnormal Late neutrophils. Top left frame: 5 lobed neutrophil with very dense chromatin and nuclear stick
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Colorless Cytoplasm. Lower left frame: Segmented neutrophil with a very dense chromatin Lower right frame: Non-
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Four Abnormal Late Neutrophils Top left frame: Segmented neutrophil with dense nuclear chromatin Other frames:
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Abnormal late neutrophils, Pelgeroid, M-7 leukemia

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multiple azurophilic granules and vacuoles. Lower left frame: Abnormal Late Neutrophil with a very high nuclear/
cytoplasmic ratio, very dense nuclear chromatin and an irregularly outlined nucleus. Right frame: 2 Blasts, 1
abnormal late neutrophil with a high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, and very dense nuclear chromatin in a non-
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Pelgeroid neutrophil, blasts, M-7 leukemia

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Top frame: 1 early progranulocyte with numerous azurophilic granules on left side, 1 late progranulocyte with
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Progranulocytes show very large prominent nucleoli. Lower left frame: 1 progranulocyte with numerous azurophilic
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Left frames: 1 promyelocyte in each frame. The nuclei in each appear to be blastic but the cytoplasm shows
numerous azurophilic granules. Perhaps they are Abnormal Megakaryoblasts. Center frame: 2 abnormal intermediate
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About Top left frame: 1 Abnormal Megathrombocyte with centralized hypergranulation. Top right frame: bare
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agranular. Lower right frame: 1 Abnormal Megathrombocyte which is huge; agranular and irregular in shape. Acute
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Four negative blasts and/or early cells. Two positive cells (multiple coarse black granules); the lower one appearing
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Five negative early-to-intermediate stage cells and two positive (multiple coarse black granules) cells. Both positive
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Four negative cells; two of which show large azurophlic granules with colorless center. One positive metamyelocyte
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granules and the other one is very positive similar to progranulocytes and myelocytes. Peroxidase stain with no
counterstain. Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7) in relapse. Blood - 100X

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Blasts, peroxidase stain, M-7 leukemia blood

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Peroxidase and Wright's-Giemsa stains, M-7 leukemia blood

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Late neutrophil, platelet, PAS stain, M-7 leukemia

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Neutrophils, PAS stain, ds, ds18, ds19, bd

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Peroxidase stain, M-7 leukemia blood

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Peroxidase stain, M-7 leukemia blood

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Blast, transmission electron micrograph, M-7 leukemia

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Transmission electron micrograph, M-7 leukemia in relapse

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Abnormal megathrombocytes and platelets, TEM, M-7 leukemia

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Abnormal megathrombocytes and platelets, TEM, M-7 leukemia

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Von Willebrand antibody plus fluorescein stain, M-7 leukemia

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Platelets, Von Willebrand antibody, M-7 leukemia

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Late NRBC, Mature Lymphocyte, AML

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Bare Nuclei, Megakaryocytes, Blast, AML

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Monocyte, Bare Nucleus, Megakaryocyte, AML

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Megathrombocytes, Blast, AML

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Normal Platelets scattered throughout the field. The normal average number of platelets in a proper field ranges from
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A large Clump of Platelets. They are all small, normal appearing fragments. Thrombocytosis. Capillary blood - 100X

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Clump of Platelets, Thrombocytosis, Capillary blood

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Small Platelets, Megathrombocyte, Band Neutrophil

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Small Platelets, Megathrombocyte, Band Neutrophil

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Ten small Platelets, 5 larger forms, and a Megathrombocyte. All are normal in morphology. A megathrombocyte is
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Small Platelets, Megathrombocyte, Platelets Overlying RBC

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Small Platelets, Megathrombocytes

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Platelets, Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood

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Platelets, Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood

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Two small Platelets, 1 large platelet and 1 Megathrombocyte. Normal EDTA anticoagulated blood - 100X

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Platelets, Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood

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Platelet, Megathrombocyte, Mature, ITP

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Platelet, Megathrombocyte, Mature, ITP

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Megathrombocyte, Normal capillary blood smear

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One giant platelet (Megathrombocyte) of elongated shape on a capillary blood smear. If this were EDTA
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Megathrombocyte, Normal capillary blood smear

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Abnormal megathrombocytes, Capillary blood, MDS

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Left frame: Abnormally large elongated megathrombocyte and 1 mature neutrophil. Center frame: 1 Abnormal
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Abnormal megathrombocytes, Capillary blood, MDS

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Platelet overlying a red cell, Megathrombocyte, MDS

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Left frame: 1 mature neutrophil, several small platelets; one Platelet overlying a red cell, and one large platelet
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Platelet overlying a red cell, Megathrombocyte, MDS

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Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood, ET

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Left frame: Numerous small and large platelets and 1 large megathrombocyte. All are round in shape, swollen in size
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Colorless Platelets, Gray Platelet syndrome blood

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Colorless Platelets, Gray Platelet syndrome blood

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Colorless Platelets, Gray Platelet Syndrome blood

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Platelet , Mature Neutrophil, (PAS) stain

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Cytoplasmic Fragments, Leukemic Monocytes, Platelets, M-5

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Cytoplasmic Fragments from Leukemic Monocytes that resemble Platelets. Two fragments (top right and lower left)
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Cytoplasmic Fragments, Leukemic Monocytes, Platelets, M-5

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Immature Monocytes, cytoplasmic fragmentation, M-5

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Two Immature Monocytes, one of which shows cytoplasmic fragmentation. These fragments resemble Platelets and
may be erroneously counted as such. The two fragments to the right of the monocytes may be real platelets. Acute
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Immature Monocytes, Cytoplasmic Fragments, M-5 leukemia

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Four Immature Monocytes. Two of the cells are shedding large Cytoplasmic Fragments which can resemble a
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Immature Monocytes, Megakaryocyte Nucleus, M-5

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One unaffected lymphocyte, two Mature Neutrophils surrounded by Platelets. Note the tendency of the affected
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Thirteen mature Neutrophils in a clump along the side edge of the blood smear. Each is surrounded by platelets.
Larger cells and clumps of cells are more likely to aggregate in peripheral areas (side and tail edges) than in the body
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One monocyte with several engulfed platelets. Platelet Satellitism. EDTA blood - 100X

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About Mature, band and myelocyte stage neutrophils, several late NRBC and lymphocytes. The neutrophils are not
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About Many Late Neutrophils surrounded by Platelets. The earlier neutrophils, NRBC and lymphocytes are unaffected. Same
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About Left frame: Several mature neutrophils surrounded by platelets. Band and earlier neutrophils are not affected. This is
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Right frame: 4 mature neutrophils, several immature neutrophils and NRBC which show no platelet adherence. This is
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irregular shaped nucleus with a semi-dense chromatin. These features indicate they are lymphoid cells and their
heterogeneity is consistent with reactivity. Hepatitis blood - 50X
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Lower left frame: A Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte of large size, abundant basophilic cytoplasm which contains several
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vacuoles, and coarse nuclear chromatin. They are called Plasmacytoid lymphocytes because of their similarity to
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Right frame: 1 small Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with very basophilic blue cytoplasm and a dense nuclear chromatin. It
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Top right frame: A Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte showing some plasma cell features. The abundant cytoplasm is
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Lower frame: 2 Plasmacytoid Lymphocytes; one of which has a very distorted shape. Viral infection blood - 100X
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Top left frame: Monocyte with an irregular outline, gray cytoplasm containing a few azurophilic granules and
vacuoles, and a nucleus with an open or lacy chromatin distribution.
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monocyte in the top left frame and its coarse chromatin with that in the monocyte.
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Case Studies Lymphocyte (LGL). Below it is a large cell that could be a monocyte or reactive lymphocyte. The cytoplasm is
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Top left frame: 1 Blast Cell with a very high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, scant blue cytoplasm and uniformly distributed
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About Top left frame: 1 large Plasma Cell
Top right frame: 1 smaller Plasma Cell which contains numerous vacuoles which represent stored immunoglobulin
Lower left frame: 1 Plasma Cell
Lower right frame: 1 Plasma cell with three large vacuoles which represent stored immunoglobulin. These vacuoles
have been termed Russell bodies and the cell may be referred to as a Mott Cell. The vacuoles are usually clear or
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Top left frame: 1 plasma cell with several vacuoles (Mott Cell with stored immunoglobulin).
Top right frame: 1 small Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with a few small vacuoles.
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Lymphocyte, 1 monocyte with a band shaped nucleus and several vacuoles in its gray cytoplasm, 1 neutrophilic
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Left frame: 1 Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with a double nucleus, 1 mature neutrophil.
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Left frame: 1 Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with several vacuoles and a contorted nucleus, 1 monocyte with a band
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Top left frame: 1 Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with extremely basophilic blue cytoplasm and dense nuclear chromatin.
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About One Plasma Cell, oval in shape, with a low nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, eccentrically located nucleus, deep basophilic
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About One Plasma Cell or plasmacytoid lymphocyte with many vacuoles (Mott cell), many mature neutrophils and 1
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peripheral areas (side edges and tail end) than in the body of a smear. A concentrate of the nucleated cells or buffy
coat preparation, greatly enhances finding these cells when present in small numbers. Fever of unknown etiology.
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About Top left frame: 2 plasma cells, one with many vacuoles - a Mott Cell.
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Lower right frame: 1 plasma cell with two nuclei and numerous vacuoles which represent stored immunoglobulin and
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Mott cell, Russell bodies, red cell transfusion

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One Mott Cell - plasmacytoid lymphocyte with multiple vacuoles. The round shape and high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio
indicate it is a plasmacytoid lymphocyte rather than a plasma cell. One band neutrophil is also in the field. Viral
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One Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with multiple vacuoles. It is round, has a high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio, deep blue
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About Rouleaux formation of the red cells, which appear in chains or stacks in a proper field for examination. In addition to
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proteins which have precipitated on the glass slide and been stained. Multiple myeloma. Blood - 60X

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About Rouleaux formation of the red cells which settle in long chains or stacks when the blood is spread on a glass slide.
There are a few doublets and triplets in this field of proper thickness for evaluation. The background shows a faint
blue color due to precipitated plasma proteins which have been stained. One small mature lymphocyte and one
monocyte are in the field. Multiple myeloma. Blood - 50X
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Rouleaux formation of the red cells, one mature Plasma Cell and a blue tinge to the background. This is an area of
good thickness for proper evaluation of a blood smear. Multiple myeloma. Blood - 50X
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Rouleaux formation, plasma cell, Multiple myeloma

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About Much rouleaux formation of the red cells in this thick area of red cell distribution. This is pathologic rouleaux in
contrast to normal stacking of red cells in a thick area of a normal smear. A monocyte is in the field. The background
has a bluish tinge. Multiple myeloma. Blood - 50X

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Much rouleaux formation of the red cells in this thick area of red cell distribution. This is pathologic rouleaux in
contrast to normal stacking of red cells in a thick area of a normal blood smear. The background has a bluish tinge.
Two small lymphocytes and one mature neutrophil are in the field. Multiple myeloma. Blood - 50X
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An area thinner than ideal for proper evaluation. On a normal smear most of the red cells would be separate. In this
field there are many doublets, triplets and even longer chains of the red cells. This is pathologic rouleaux and
suggests increased and/or abnormal plasma proteins. There is a bluish tinge to the background. One mature
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Pathologic rouleaux, Multiple myeloma

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Agglutination, Cold agglutinin hemolytic anemia

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Agglutination, Cold agglutinin hemolytic anemia

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Eosinophil, Normal blood

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Eosinophil, Normal blood

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Band eosinophil, mature neutrophil, Normal blood

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Basophil, eosinophils, Normal blood

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Basophil, eosinophils, Normal blood

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Late neutrophils, eosinophil, basophil

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Basophils, mature neutrophils, CML blood

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Mature megakaryocyte, Essential Thrombocytosis

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Late megakaryocyte, buffy coat, lung cancer blood

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Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, thrombocytosis

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Small megakaryocyte, Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

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Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, Thalassemia minor blood

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Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, Multiple myeloma blood

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Megakaryocytes, lung cancer, buffy coat

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Megakaryocyte nuclei, megathrombocytes, myeloid metaplasia

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megakaryocyte nucleus, M-7 and chronic myeloid leukemias

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Megathrombocyte, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia

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Left frame: 1 megakaryocyte nucleus and many PAS positive granules. Top right frame: 1 megakaryocyte nucleus
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Megakaryocyte nucleus, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis

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Segmented neutrophil, monocyte, lymphocytes, normal blood

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Lymphocyte, monocyte, neutrophil, normal blood

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Monocyte, plasmacytoid lymphocyte, normal blood

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Monocyte, lymphocyte, segmented neutrophil, normal blood

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● Megakaryocyte nuclei, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
Megakaryocyte nuclei, megathrombocytes, myeloid metaplasia
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● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, myeloid metaplasia


BMT/Stem Cell ● Megakaryocyte nucleus, megakaryocyte cytoplasmic fragment
Cord Blood ● Megathrombocyte, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
Thrombosis ● Megakaryocyte nuclei, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
Hemostasis ● Megakaryocyte nuclei, PAS stain, myeloid metaplasia
Laboratory ● Megakaryocyte nucleus, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
Malignancies ● Micromegakaryocyte, myeloid metaplasia with myelofibrosis
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Blood: EDTA anticoagulated

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● Platelets, Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood


● Megathrombocyte, EDTA anticoagulated blood, ET
● Neutrophils surrounded by platelets, Platelet Satellitism
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BMT/Stem Cell ● Plasma Cell, alcoholic, liver disease blood
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Thrombosis ● Mature megakaryocyte, Essential Thrombocytosis
Hemostasis ● Micromegakaryocytes, megathrombocytes, myeloid leukemia
Laboratory ● Micromegakaryocytes, megathrombocyte, myeloid leukemia blood
Malignancies ● Micromegakaryocyte, megathrombocytes, myeloid leukemia blood
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● Mature megakaryocyte, blood smear
● Late megakaryocyte, buffy coat, lung cancer blood
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● Bare megakaryocyte nuclei, NRBC, cancer blood
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● Normal blood - side edge, large cells


BMT/Stem Cell ● Segmented neutrophil, lymphocyte, thin area blood
Cord Blood ● Lymphocyte, thin tail area blood
Thrombosis ● Lymphocyte with granules, tail area of normal blood
Hemostasis ● Monocyte, dense area, normal blood
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Blood Area: dense area

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Blood Area: Side Edge

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● Abnormal megakaryocyte, acute megakaryocytic leukemia
● Abnormal mature megakaryocyte, acute megakaryocytic leukemia
Resources ● Blasts, polychromatic nrbcs, acute megakaryocytic leukemia
● Giant abnormal NRBC, acute megakaryocytic leukemia
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● Megakaryocytes, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, M-7 leukemia
● Megakaryocytes, platelets, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML
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● Abnormal megakaryocytes, H & E stain, AML marrow biopsy


BMT/Stem Cell ● Abnormal megakaryocytes, late NRBCs, AML marrow biopsy
Cord Blood ● Abnormal megakaryocytes, late NRBCs, H & E stain, AML marrow
Thrombosis ● Megakaryoblasts, megakaryocytes, AML marrow
Hemostasis ● Abnormal megakaryoblasts, lymphocytes, AML marrow
Laboratory ● Megakaryoblasts with cytoplasmic granulation, AML marrow
Malignancies ● Megakaryoblasts with coarse azurophilic granules, AML marrow
Pediatrics ● Osteoblasts, acute megakaryocytic leukemia marrow
Red Cell Disorders ● Megakaryoblast, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML marrow
Infections ● Megakaryocyte and platelets, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML
Transfusion Medicine ● Megakaryocyte and platelets, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML
Veterinary ● Megakaryoblast, Glycoprotein IIbIIIa stain, AML marrow
● Disrupted Megakaryocytes, Wright's-Giemsa stain, AML marrow
● Disrupted Megakaryocytes, Wright's-Giemsa stain, AML marrow
● Abnormal Megakaryocyte, Wright's-Giemsa stain, AML marrow
● Abnormal megakaryocyte, Wright's-Giemsa stain, AML marrow

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● Abnormal Megakaryocytes, Platelets, AML
● Abnormal Megakaryocytes, Platelets, AML
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● Reticulin fibers, Megakaryocytes, Blast, AML, Marrow biopsy
● Blasts, AML
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● Blasts, Megakaryocyte, AML
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● Mitotic Neutrophilic cell, AML
● Abnormal Megakaryocytes, AML
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● Megakaryocyte, AML
● Abnormal Megakaryocytes, AML, Marrow biopsy
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● Reticulin Fibers, Reticulin stain, AML, Marrow biopsy
● Abnormal Megakaryocytes, Giemsa stain, AML, Marrow biopsy
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● AML (M-7) in Remission
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● Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7) in Remission
● Acute Megakaryocytic Leukemia (M-7) in Remission
● Neutrophils, platelet satellitism, marrow
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● Plasma cell, lymphocyte
● Plasma cell
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● Plasma Cell
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● Plasma Cells, Acute myelomonocytic (M-4) leukemia
● Plasma cell, NRBCs, hypersplenism
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● Plasma cell, NRBC in mitosis

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● Plasma cells, late NRBC, neutrophilic myelocyte
● Plasma cell, early and late NRBCs
● Plasma cell, proerythroblast
● Mature lymphocyte, proerythroblast, basophilic erythroblast
● Plasma cell, late NRBC, band neutrophil
● Plasma Cells, proerythroblast, normal marrow
● Plasma cell, binucleated plasma cell, normal marrow
● Plasma Cells, binucleated plasma cell, ITP
● Binucleated Plasma Cell, normal marrow
● Binucleated Plasma Cell, orthochromatic NRBC
● Binucleated Plasma cell, orthochromatic NRBC, normal marrow
● Binucleated plasma cell with a fragmenting cytoplasm
● Plasma cell with four nuclei, Acute myeloid leukemia
● Tri-nucleated plasma cell, blasts, Acute myeloid leukemia
● Plasma cell, Iron stain preparation, proerythroblast
● Macrophage, plasma cells, multiple myeloma
● Macrophage, Plasma Cell, normal marrow
● Mott Cell, binucleated early megakaryocyte
● Plasma cell, Morula cell, Mott cell, Russell bodies, ITP
● Plasma cell with multiple vacuoles, normal marrow
● Plasma cell, multiple vacuoles, anemia of chronic infection
● Plasma cell with multiple vacuoles, multiple nuclei
● Grape Cell, marrow
● Plasma cells, multiple vacuoles, Myelodysplastic syndrome
● Plasma Cell with vacuole overlying its nucleus
● Plasma cell with vacuole overlying nucleus
● Plasma Cell, vacuoles overlying nucleus
● Plasma Cell, three large vacuoles overlying its nucleus
● Plasma cell, vacuoles overlying nucleus, monocyte
● Plasma Cell, osteoblast, normal marrow
● Osteoblast, plasma cells, normal marrow
● Eosinophilic myelocyte, neutrophilic myelocytes
● Eosinophilic myelocyte, eosinophilic metamyelocyte, mitosis
● Eosinophilic myelocytes, neutrophilic myelocytes, Marrow
● Eosinophilic myelocyte, neutrophilic myelocyte
● Crushed eosinophilic myelocyte
● Crushed myelocyte, polychromatic, orthochromatic NRBC
● Basophil, Toluidine Blue stain
● Basophils, Toluidine Blue stain, CML
● Mast
● Mast cell
● Mast cells
● Mast cell
● Mast cell, Normal marrow
● Mast cell, Normal marrow
● Mast cell
● Mast cell
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● Mast, Periodic Acid Schiff, Toluidine Blue stains
● Systemic mastocytosis, mast cells
● Mast cells, Systemic mastocytosis marrow
● Mast cells, Systemic mastocytosis, Marrow
● Mast cells, Systemic mastocytosis marrow
● Mast cells, Systemic mastocytosis marrow
● Mast,Toluidine Blue stain, Systemic mastocytosis marrow
● Osteoblasts
● Osteoblasts, Normal marrow
● Osteoblasts
● Osteoblasts
● Osteoblast
● Plasma cell, osteoblasts
● Osteoblasts
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast
● Osteoclast, megakaryocyte
● Osteoclast, megakaryocyte
● Osteoclast, neuroblastoma cells, neuroblastoma
● Osteoclasts
● Osteoclast
● Fat cells. Aplastic anemia marrow
● Fat cells, Aplastic anemia marrow
● Fat cells, Aplastic anemia marrow
● Fat cell, macrophages
● Fat cell, Normal marrow
● Endothelial cells.
● Endothelial cells
● Megakaryocytes
● Mature megakaryocytes
● Megakaryocytes
● Megakaryocytes
● Mature megakaryocytes
● Mature megakaryocytes
● Megakaryocytes, fat cells
● Mature megakaryocytes, emperipolis
● Mature megakaryocytes, dying
● Mature megakaryocyte, plasma cells
● Mature megakaryocytes, macrophage, ITP
● Mature megakaryocyte
● Mature megakaryocyte, hypercellular marrow
● Mature megakaryocyte

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Bone Marrow

● Small megakaryocytes
● Mature megakaryocytes, Chronic myeloid leukemia
● Mature megakaryocytes
● Mature megakaryocytes, Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
● Megakaryoblast, intermediate neutrophilic cells, ITP marrow
● Megakaryoblast, normal marrow
● Megakaryoblast, prominent golgi area, normal marrow
● Megakaryoblast, pale golgi area, ITP marrow
● Megakaryoblast, ITP marrow
● Megakaryoblast, irregular nuclear outline, ITP marrow
● Megakaryoblast, ITP marrow
● Megakaryoblast, normal marrow
● Large megakaryoblast, normal marrow
● Megakaryoblast, visible cytoplasm, normal marrow
● Megakaryoblast, binucleated megakaryocyte, myeloid leukemia
● Megakaryoblast , fold in nucleus, normal marrow
● Early binucleated megakaryocyte, chronic myelocytic leukemia
● Megakaryoblast, binucleated megakaryocyte, ET marrow
● Normal binucleated megakaryocyte, normal marrow
● Young megakaryocyte, AIDS patient marrow
● Young megakaryocyte, Essential thrombocytosis marrow
● Megakaryocyte with 2 nuclei, normal marrow
● Megakaryocyte with 2 nuclei, normal marrow
● Megakaryocyte with 2 nuclei, prominent golgi area, marrow
● Megakaryocyte with 2 nuclei, normal marrow
● Binucleated megakaryocyte, normal marrow
● Binucleated megakaryocyte, late NRBC, ITP marrow
● Binucleated megakaryocyte, myelocytes, late NRBC
● An almost binucleated megakaryocyte
● Binucleated megakaryocyte, normal marrow
● Megakaryocyte with nuclear lobulation, normal marrow
● Intermediate megakaryocyte with lobulated nuclei
● Binucleated megakaryocyte, mature megakaryocyte, ITP marrow