Hematography Tutor I

Hematography Tutor I - Hematography Tutor I 1. The feather...

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1. The feather edge of the blood smear slide is the best area to perform a microscopic differential. This area should be placed over the condenser on the microscope stage. The red blood cells should be randomly distributed and touching but not crowded; this area should go from side to side of the smear. 2. - Red blood cells - Platelets - White blood cells Neutrophil : medium sized, round or oval shaped, moderate to low N/C. The nucleus is a red-purple to deep purple band or it can be segmented. Contains coarse, clumped chromatin and no nucleoli. The cytoplasm is light pink and filled with tan-lilac-pink specific granules and some nonspecific granules. Lymphocyte : small (round shape) to medium (irregular shape); high N/C in small size and moderate to low N/C on medium size. The nucleus is round or oval and is medium to deep purple and contains chromatin that may appear in dense blocks. Sometimes you can see nucleoli. The cytoplasm is colorless or medium blue with a few medium to large azurophilic granules. Monocyte
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course MT 213 taught by Professor Hengesbach during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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