You are the haematologist in a busy clinic. You are referred a patient with splenomegaly and pancytopenia. She has been suffering from night sweats. A full blood count shows:
- Hb 92g/L (115-160)
- MCV 89fL (79-98)
- WCC 2.5×10*9/L (4-11)
- Neuts 1.0×10*9/L (2-7)
- PLT 78×10*9/L (150-400)
- What are your differential diagnoses?
- What may you look for on the blood film?
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