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Heinz Bodies

Important in Cats

Denatured hemoglobin that becomes attached tot he membrane of the cell

Due to certain oxidative drugs or chemicals

-Can be seen with splenectomy in Cats

-Propylene Glycol toxicity

-Ingestion with onions and garlic

Basophilic stippling

Lead poisoning

Howell Jolly Body

Small nuclear remnant

Form in the bone marrow, following nuclear fragmentation or raptured of the nuclear membrane and nuclear material left behind

Increase # = regenerative anemia, splenectomy, benign poodle macrocytosis.

Siderotic Granule

Inclusion that is positive for iron

Focal inclusion near the periphery of RBC

Rare: impaired heme synthesis caused by the antibiotic chloramphenicol