CMML: This patient has a peripheral blood monocytosis, a hypercellular bone marrow, and dysplastic neutrophils, monocytes, and megakaryocytes. In addition to persistent monocytosis, the 2008 WHO diagnostic criteria for CMML include: the absence of a Philadelphia chromosome or BCR-ABL1 fusion gene; the absence of a rearrangement for PDGFRA or PDGFRB; <20% blasts in the blood and bone marrow; and dysplasia in one or more myeloid lineages.
Shark skin under electron microscope
Happy National Medical Transcriptionists Week! (mid May, since President Reagan made the proclamation in 1985)
red blood cell life | The stages by which the various blood cells form in the red marrow.
[AML-M6]. 3 large neoplastic proerythroblasts on the top and other maturer erythroid precursors below are shown. Note the typical salami-like nuclear chromatin in proerythroblasts and single prominent nucleoli. The nucleolus can be stretched or comma-shaped. A dysplastic erythroid precursor is also shown (arrowhead).
犬とネコの出会い (via my dog saw a cat in a drive thru, they were both equally confused - Imgur)