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target cells
liver dz
asplenia
thal
tear drop
myelofibrosis
acanthocyte
AKA spur AKA burr cell
liver Dz
basophilic stippling
thal
Howell Jolly body
-asplenia (sometimes caused by sickle cell; mneum--Ashley (sickle cell) HOWLS, "I have no spleen!"
-megaloblastic anemia (Vit B12 def, folate def)
-myelodysplastic
sideroblast
nucleated RBC
ringed sideroblast
nucleared RBC w/iron around nucleus
Heiz body
G6PD deficiency
toxic granulation
prominence and increase in # off primary granules in neutrophils
-bact infxn
hypersegmentation
B12/folate def
Rouleax formation
Multiple Myeloma
Paraproteinemia
tear drop cell
Fibrosis or metastatic tumor
Lemon yellow tint ;”smooth tongue
pernicious anemia
Tongue devoid of papilla (sore)
iron def
pernicious anemia
koilonychia
=(spoon shaped fingernails)
Iron def
anisocytosis
RBC's are of unequal sizes
"An (away from) iso (equal)"
poikilocytosis
an increase in # of abnl-shapred RBC's
normocytes and microcytes
normochromic or hypochromic
anemia of chronic dz
CD5+ and CD19+
CLL
pancytopenia
ACUTE leukemia
smudge cell
CLL