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II.H.001 Blood

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II.H.001

Normal blood. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Note concentration of white cells. Three segmented neutrophils, two lymphocytes, and a monocyte, an approximately normal distribution by cell type.

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II.H.002 Blood

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II.H.002

Blood. Normal blood. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Note concentration of white cells. Five segmented neutrophils, two lymphocytes, and a monocyte, an approximately normal distribution by cell type.

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II.H.003 Blood

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II.H.003

Blood. Normal blood. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Note concentration of white cells. Segmented neutrophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes. Plasmacytoid lymphocyte. Note also concentration of platelets in this preparation. Lower density red cells (reticulocytes) may be more prevalent in background as well.

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II.H.004 Leukoerythroblastic Reaction

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II.H.004

Leukoerythroblastic reaction. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Note multiple band neutrophils, myeloid immaturity, monocytes, nucleated red cell, and plasmacytoid lymphocyte. (Carcinoma cells in marrow.)

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II.H.005 Leukoerythroblastic Reaction

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II.H.005

Leukoerythroblastic reaction. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Note four segmented neutrophils, four lymphocytes, myelocyte and metamyelocyte, eosinophil, and nucleated red cell. (Carcinoma cells in marrow.)

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II.H.006 Leukoerythroblastic Reaction

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II.H.006

Leukoerythroblastic reaction. Blood film. White cell concentrate. Large immature neutrophil precursors amidst mass of neutrophils. Nucleated red cells observed in other fields (not shown). (Carcinoma in marrow)

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