Color Atlas of Hematology. Practical and Clinical Diagnosis by Harald Klaus Theml, Heinz Diem, Torsten Haferlach

By Harald Klaus Theml, Heinz Diem, Torsten Haferlach

A Flexibook for either the professional and non-specialist, the new e-book bargains available info on hematology in a succinct structure. as well as supplying easy method, the publication makes use of greater than 260 colour illustrations to aspect the main updated scientific systems. a variety of tables and circulate charts are integrated to aid in differential prognosis, making this a worthwhile didactic reference for nurses, training physicians and citizens getting ready for board examinations.

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Detailed analysis under the microscope, using the micrometer screw to view the chromatin in different planes, reveals not the patch-like or banded structure of myeloblast chromatin, or the “busy” structure of monocyte chromatin, but slate-like formations with homogeneous chromatin and intermittent narrow, lighter layers that resemble geological break lines. Nucleoli are rarely seen. The cytoplasm wraps quite closely around the nucleus and is slightly basophilic. Only a few lymphocytes display the violet stained stippling of granules; about 5% of small lymphocytes and about 3% of large ones.

A Megakaryocytes in a bone marrow smear. The wide cytoplasm displays fine, cloudy granulation as a sign of incipient thrombocyte budding. b Normal density of thrombocytes among the erythrocytes, with little variation in thrombocyte size. c and d Peripheral blood smears with aggregations of thrombocytes. When such aggregates are seen against a background of apparent thrombocytopenia, the phenomenon is called “pseudothrombocytopenia” and is usually an effect of the anticoagulant EDTA (see also p.

B Myeloblast and neutrophilic granulocytes with segmented nuclei (blood smear from a patient with AML). c Myeloblast (1), which shows the start of azurophilic granulation (arrow), and a promyelocyte (2) with copious large azurophilic granules, typically in a perinuclear location. d Large promyelocyte (1), myelocyte (2), metamyelocyte (3), and polychromatic erythroblast (4). 35 Theml, Color Atlas of Hematology © 2004 Thieme All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license. 36 Normal Cells of the Blood and Hematopoietic Organs Partly Mature White Cell Precursors: Myelocytes and Metamyelocytes Myelocytes are the direct product of promyelocyte mitosis and are always clearly smaller than their progenitors.

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