Hematography Tutor I

Hematography Tutor I - Aaron Miller A40386319 Hematography...

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Aaron Miller A40386319 Hematography Tutor I 1. The best area of the slide to use for performing a microscopic differential would be the feather edge. This area should be placed over the condenser and it should go from side to side of the smear. 2. – White blood cells -Red blood cells - Platelets Neutrophil: Medium sized (round or oval), with moderate to low N/C. The nucleus is a red-purple band or it can segment. It also contains coarse and clumped chromatin with no nuclei. The cytoplasm of the neutrophil is a light pink which is filled with lilac to pink specific and some nonspecific granules. Lymphocyte: Small (round shape) to medium (irregular shape). Has a high N:C in small size and in medium size has a moderate to low N:C. The nucleus can be either round or oval shaped with a coloring of medium purple to deep purple. The nucleus also contains chromatin that may appear in dense blocks. Sometimes nuclei are visible. The cytoplasm is colorless or medium blue with only a few medium to large azurophilic granules. Monocyte: range size from medium to large; also can be round or oval shaped. There is a
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