By Harald Theml
A Flexibook for either the professional and non-specialist, the new publication deals obtainable details on hematology in a succinct layout. as well as supplying uncomplicated technique, the e-book makes use of greater than 260 colour illustrations to element the main updated scientific tactics. various tables and movement charts are integrated to aid in differential prognosis, making this a useful didactic reference for nurses, practising physicians and citizens getting ready for board examinations.
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The Pelger anomaly, named after its first describer, is a hereditary segmentation anomaly of granulocytes that results in round, rod-shaped, or bisegmented nuclei. The same appearance as a nonhereditary condition (pseudo-Pelger formation, also called Pel–Ebstein fever, or [cyclic] Murchison syndrome) indicates a severe infectious or toxic stress response or incipient myelodysplasia; it also may accompany manifest leukemia. Theml, Color Atlas of Hematology © 2004 Thieme All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license.
Normal Cells of the Blood and Hematopoietic Organs Theml, Color Atlas of Hematology © 2004 Thieme All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license. 30 Normal Cells of the Blood and Hematopoietic Organs The Individual Cells of Hematopoiesis Immature Red Cell Precursors: Proerythroblasts and Basophilic Erythroblasts Proerythroblasts are the earliest, least mature cells in the erythrocyteforming series (erythropoiesis). Proerythroblasts are characterized by their size (about 20 µm), and by having a very dense nuclear structure with a narrow layer of cytoplasm, homogeneous in appearance, with a lighter zone at the center; they stain deep blue after Romanowsky staining.
11), hence their name, reticulocytes. To avoid confusing erythroblasts and lymphoblasts (Fig. 9 d), note the completely rounded, very dense normoblast nuclei and homogeneous, unstructured cytoplasm of the erythroblasts. Diagnostic Implications. , in the compensation or treatment stage after hemorrhage or iron or vitamin deficiency. They are always present when turnover of blood cells is chronically increased (hemolysis). Once increased blood regeneration has been excluded, the presence of erythroblasts in the blood should prompt consideration of two other disorders: extramedullary production of blood cells in myeloproliferative diseases (p.