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birbeck granules seen in ...

stain with...
LCH
stain with CD207)
what are heinz bodies?

name three examples where it would be seen
denatured hemoglobin
- unstable hemoglobins (eg hemoglobin zurich, koln, gamma)
alder reilly bodies
mucopolysaccoroidosis (hunters/hurlers)
found in PB leukocytes
tear drop cells indicate
bone marrow replacement/fibrosis
blister cells aka indicate
eccentricytes
oxidative damage
cells seen in infantile pyknocytosis
acanthocytes
can be a normal finding
type of erythrocytes seen in dyserythropoeitic anemia
binucleate
morphologic finding in pyrimidine 5 nucleotidase deficiency
basophillic stippling
where is the iron located in ringed siderblasts?
mitochondria
pappenheimer bodies
siderotic granules (granules that contain iron) seen on Wrights stain
acanthocytes are seen in
alcoholic liver disease
postsplenectomy
abetalipoproteinemia
can be normal in neonates
bite cells seen in
G6PD deficiency
after dapsone
what is a keratocyte
horn like cell with a ruptured membrane
seen in DIC, burns, vascular prosthesis
spherocytes seen in
hereditary spherocytosis
acquired hemolytic anemia
after transfusion
burns
venoms
chemical injury
immunohemolytic anemia
howell-jolly bodies
asplenic
cells in Gaucher disease
foam cells