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V.L.001 Mitotic Figures: Granulocytic Precursors

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Mitotic figures. Granulocyte precursors. Normal marrow film. (A–D) Arrows indicate granulocyte precursors in various phases of mitosis. Precise phases, e.g., prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase are obscured by the effects of spreading the cells. (A) Probably an example of prophase; (B and C) probably examples of metaphase; (D) probably an example of early telophase.

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V.L.002 Mitotic Figures: Granulocytic Precursors

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Mitotic figures. Granulocyte precursors. Normal marrow film. (A–D) Arrows indicate granulocyte precursors in various phases of mitosis. Precise phases, e.g., prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase are obscured by the effects of spreading the cells. (A) Probably an example of prophase; (B and C) probably examples of metaphase; (D) probably an example of telophase.

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V.L.003 Mitotic Figures: Erythroid Precursors

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Mitotic figures. Erythroid precursors. Normal marrow film. (A–C) Arrows indicate erythroid precursors in phases of mitosis. Precise phases, e.g., prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase may be obscured by the effects of spreading the cells. (B and C) early and later telophase, respectively.

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V.L.004 Mitotic Figures: Erythroid Precursors

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Mitotic figures. Erythroid precursors. Normal marrow film. (A–D) Arrows indicate erythroid precursors in early (A and B) and late (C and D) telophase.

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V.L.005 Mitotic Figures: Erythroid Precursors

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Mitotic figures. Erythroid precursors. Marrow film. (A–C) Erythroblasts in telophase. (C) Note the thickened common membrane between the two impending daughter cells.

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