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What are these?

normal RBC

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eosinophil

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Basophil

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Neutrophil

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Monocyte

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Lymphocyte

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Platelets

(small, aneucleate)

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Band

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Metamyelocyte

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What is occuring in the cytoplasm of this neutrophil?

toxic granulation

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reactive lymphocyte

(larger nuclei and lots of cytoplasm)

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What abnormality is demonstrated by these RBC?

hypochromia

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What structural abnormalities are demonstrated in these RBC?

Anisocytosis,
poikilocytosis

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What abnormality is demonstrated by this cell?

Polychromasia

(residual mRNA is present in RBC)

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Sickle cell

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bite cells

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schistocyte

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Heinz bodies

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bite cells

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Howell Jolly bodies

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Hgb C crystals

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What's the condition?

SCD Hgb SC

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sickle cell anemia

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What condition?

microcytic hemolytic anemia

(schistocytes)

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What condition?

Iron deficiency anemia

(microcytic, hypochromic)

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What condition?

Sickle Cell SC

(note central cell and target cells)

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What condition?

Megaloblastic/Macrocytic anemia 

(large RBC due to DNA synthesis errors; hypersegmented neutrophil)

 

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Howell Jolly Body

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What's the upper left cell?

nucleatued RBC

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What condition?

Spherocytosis

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basophilic stippling

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(Bone marrow)

ringed sideroblasts (in sideroblastic anemia)

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spherocyte

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What deficiency?

pyruvate kinase

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bite cell

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AML

 

(some myelocyte maturation with auer bodies)

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acute premyelocytic leukemia

 

(more mature, pink blasts, stacks of auer rods)

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Acute monocytic leukemia

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Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia 

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Acute myeloid leukemia

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Myelofibrosis

(tear drop cells)

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What condition? (this is bone marrow)

myelofibrosis

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What condition?

chronic myelogenous leukemia

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What condition?

essential thrmbocythemia (increased number/size of platelets)

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What condition?

infectious mono

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What condition?

Hodgkin lymphoma

(note RS cell)

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What condition?

Essential thrombocythemia

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What's the condition?

(note: hypersegmented neutrophil and abn RBC's)

pernicious anemia

 

"This hypersegmented neutrophil is present along with macro-ovalocytes in a case of pernicious anemia. Compare the size of the RBC's to the lymphocyte at the lower left center." --WebPath

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What are these two abnormal cells?

RBC with Howell-Jolly Bodies

Nucleated RBC

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What protein is absent in these RBCs?

spectrin (hereditary sphereocytosis)

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What condition (and subtype) is this consistent with?

CML

Philadelphia chromosome (+)

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What condition? (this is sectioned vertebral bone)

multiple myeloma

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Reed-Sternberg cells (Hodgkin's)

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What's the condition?

(sorry if this is fuzzy)

AML

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What's the condition?

myelofibrosis

(also thalassemia)

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What's the condition?

(note: hypersegmented neutrophil and abn RBC's)

pernicious anemia

 

"This hypersegmented neutrophil is present along with macro-ovalocytes in a case of pernicious anemia. Compare the size of the RBC's to the lymphocyte at the lower left center." --WebPath

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What are these two abnormal cells?

RBC with Howell-Jolly Bodies

Nucleated RBC

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What protein is absent in these RBCs?

spectrin (hereditary sphereocytosis)

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What condition (and subtype) is this consistent with?

CML

Philadelphia chromosome (+)

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What condition? (this is sectioned vertebral bone)

multiple myeloma

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Reed-Sternberg cells (Hodgkin's)

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What's the condition?

(sorry if this is fuzzy)

AML

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What's the condition?

myelofibrosis

(also thalassemia)