By Barbara J. Bain
This well known notebook has been up-to-date and improved all through, offering a concise view of diagnostic haematology, in a handy and functional format.A Beginner's consultant to Blood Cells is a perfect for;Trainee laboratory technicians and scientists scholars learning the body structure or pathology of the blood these getting ready for haematology examinationsWhy purchase This Book?Unique pocket consultant, written through Barbara Bain – a world-renowned specialist within the box of blood morphology Outlines the fundamentals of diagnostic haematology comprises a useful self-assessment part re-creation – now contains additional info on scientific points and additional assessments
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11 Eosinophil leucocytosis with one of the three eosinophils being markedly hypogranular. 54 Chapter 3 ulation and cytoplasmic basophilia can occur both in infections and in leukaemia and related conditions. Eosinophils can show a variety of morphological abnormalities (Fig. 11) including hyper- and hypolobulation, reduced granulation and cytoplasmic vacuolation. g. in parasitic infection) and also in eosinophilic leukaemia so they are not useful in differential diagnosis. Basophils sometimes show reduced granulation but since this can occur as a laboratory artefact as well as during allergic reactions and in leukaemia and related disorders, its detection is not very helpful in diagnosis.
However, it does also occur as a normal phenomenon, during pregnancy. Cytoplasmic inclusions may be present as an inherited or acquired abnormality. The commonest such abnormality is a small, pale, blue–grey inclusion which occurs both during pregnancy and in infection and inﬂammation and is known as a Döhle body (Fig. 5). Another common cytoplasmic abnormality, which is strongly suggestive of infection, is cytoplasmic vacuolation (Fig. 4). Assessing White Cells and Platelets 47 Fig. 1 Leucocytosis.
If an artefact is excluded then the detection of defectively granulated platelets is Assessing White Cells and Platelets 55 of diagnostic signiﬁcance. It occurs as a rare congenital anomaly (the grey platelet syndrome), but usually it is consequent on a bone marrow disease such as one of the myeloproliferative or myelodysplastic disorders. A Beginner’s Guide to Blood Cells, 2nd Edition Barbara J. Bain Copyright © 1996, 2004 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd CHAPTER 4 Haematological Findings in Health and Disease The blood ﬁlm and count in healthy individuals The microscopic features of normal blood cells and the normal range for the blood count have been discussed in Chapter 1.
A Beginner's Guide to Blood Cells, Second Edition by Barbara J. Bain