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38 Cards in this Set

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What is the cell called?
Acanthocyte (spiney cell)
What type of stain is demonstrated in this image?
Acid Phosphatase
Describe the RBC morphology
Hurler's Syndrome. Alder's anomaly.
What disease or disorder is this cell characteristic of and what is the cell called?
What type of cell is this?
Basophilic stippling
What is the RBC inclusions shown in this image?
Burr cell (echinocyte)
What is the name of this cell?
Remnant of the mitotic spindle
What is the cause of this RBC inclusion?
Chediak-Higashi cell is characteristic of Chediak-Higashi Syndrome. The giant lysosomal granules are caused by the fusion of the primary and secondary granules.
What type of cell is this, name the syndrome this cell is characteristic of, and explain the cause of the abnormality?
What type of leukemia is this?
The inclusion, a dohle bodie, consists of RNA around the periphery of the cell.
What is this WBC inclusion consist of?
Gaucher's Disease
What disease is associated with this cell?
Hairy Cell Leukemia
What leukemia is this cell associated with?
Activated neutrophils. LAP stain
What cell is being stained positive in this image?
Hypersegmentation of a neutrophil
Describe the nuclear segmentation of this cell.
What disorder is characterized by this cell?
1. Neutrophilic myelocyte
2. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte
3. Neutrophilic band
What are the three cell stages in the image (1, 2, 3)
Neutrophilia (shift to the left)
Describe the blood picture in this image?
Neutrophilic promyelocyte
Name the stage of neutrophilic maturation.
1. Rubriblast
2. Prorubricyte
3. Rubricyte
4. Metarubricyte
Name all four stages (1-4)
Reactive lymphocytes
Describe the WBC's in this picture.
Specific esterase
Name the stain.
Sea blue histiocyte
What is the cell type shown in this image?
Acute Erythroleukemia (AML M6)
Name the disease state?
The deficiency in sphingomyelinase leads to the accumulation of sphingomyelin.
The enzyme deficiency in this cell causes an accumulation of what?
Toxic granulation of segmented neutrophils
This reactive morphology occurs in what type of WBC?
Sudan Black B
Name the stain
Describe the blood picture.
Name the cell type
What disorder is associated with the hyposegmented segmented neutrophil?
Hairy cell leukemia- TRAP stain
This stain is diagnostic of what disease?
What is this cell?
Periodic Acid Schiff
Name the stain
Plasma cell
Name cell type in the image, not including the RBCs.
Describe the cell (1) in terms of stage of maturation...
With May-Hegglin you will observe thrombocytopenia due to the presence of giant platelets.
Quantify the platelets in relation to the disorder.
Gaucher cell. Deficiency in beta-glucocerebrosidase leads to the accumulation of the substrate, beta-glucocerebroside.
Name the cell and the cellular abnormality.
Non-specific esterase is specific for monocytes.
What is this "non-specific" stain specific for?