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Morphology – case 3 (summary)

Thanks for all of the comments on the case. Here are a few: Reactive lymphocytes Atypical lymphocytes Consistent with infectious mononucleosis The patient had been feeling unwell with viral-type symptoms and fevers and presented with left upper quadrant pain. Automated count … Continue reading

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Morphology – case 3

This is the blood film marked for the attention of the haematologist.  It has the clinical details “LUQ pain”.  Automated count shows: Hb 120g/L, WCC 16.3×10*9/L, lymphs 8.9×10*9/L, neuts 3.9×10*9/L, monos 2.2×10*9/L, PLT 160×10*9/L Questions What do you see? What … Continue reading

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