MICROSCOPIC HAEMATOLOGY

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CRC Press, Sep 9, 1997 - Social Science - 230 pages
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An invaluable aid for professional scientists and students in diagnostic haematology laboratories and teaching institutions. Uniquely designed for use beside the microscope, this atlas describes the subtle changes which differentiate and allow recognition of haemopoietic cells during normal development and then presents in full colour the features which lead to the diagnosis of blood disorders. All common and virtually all rare disorders are magnificently portrayed.
 

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Contents

A3 HAEMOLYTIC ANAEMIAS
15
The beta 5 thalassaemias
27
A5 RED CELL MEMBRANE DISORDERS
36
A6 MISCELLANEOUS RED CELL ABNORMALITIES
42
B2 MONOCYTES and MACROPHAGES
78
B3 PLATELETS
86
Lymphoid specific stains
94
B5 PLASMA CELLS
108
B6 THE FAB CLASSIFICATION OF ACUTE LEUKAEMIA
114
MALARIAL PARASITES
131
C2 OTHER BLOOD PARASITES
143
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