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Case 69 -part 1 – summary

The blood film was leucoerythroblastic with left shifted granulocytes and nucleated red cells. There were tear drop cells with red cell anisopoikilocytosis and enlarged platelets.    A leucoerythroblastic film can be seen in the following: Marrow infiltration (haematopoietic and non-haematopoietic malignancy, … Continue reading

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Case 69 – part 1 – the beginning

A 58 year old gentleman presents with fatigue and weight loss. As part of the work up he has a full blood count performed and a blood film is made:     Questions How name five features on the blood film? … Continue reading

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