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Acute lymphocytic leukemia

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Promyelocytic leukemia (M3)

Acute Promyelocytic leukemia (APL aka t - Seriously, look at those beautiful faggot cells. Given the name because the cytoplasm has the appearance of a bundle of red sticks.

IHC for ALL:  Precursor B = Tdt, HLA-DR, 19, 10 (in the t(1;19) and +/- 20.  Burkitt = HLA-DR, 19, 20, sIg, and +/- 10 but TdT negative. Precursor t = TdT, CD7 but DR negative.

IHC for ALL: Precursor B = Tdt, HLA-DR, 19, 10 (in the t(1;19) and +/- 20. Burkitt = HLA-DR, 19, 20, sIg, and +/- 10 but TdT negative. Precursor t = TdT, CD7 but DR negative.

Leukemia - Acute - Acute erythroid leukemia (AML-M6)

acute erythroid leukemia - one of my father's subspecialties.

Pro-erythroblast

Pro-erythroblast

Haematology challenge   Case: 22 years old librarian from Slovak Republic has felt herself weak for several weeks. Now she has fever and abd...

Haematology challenge Case: 22 years old librarian from Slovak Republic has felt herself weak for several weeks. Now she has fever and abd.

Leucemia Linfoctica Aguda (dione1986) Tags: aguda leucemia hematologia linfoctica

Lymphoblasts, is what happens when the bank robbers are able to convince the security guards to help them rob the bank, as taught by Mark Parra at the LA Public Health COD training.

Myelocyte

Myelocyte

[ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA, M0, BLOOD]. A myeloblast of an AML-M0 is compared to a medium-sized normal lymphocyte. Note the presence of only very scant cytoplasm in a blast and finer evenly-distributed chromatin in comparison to a lymphocyte. The high nuclear to cytoplasmic ration (N/C ratio) is a common albeit not a required feature of blasts. The single defining morphologic feature of a blast is it’s finely distributed nuclear chromatin.

[ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA, M0, BLOOD]. A myeloblast of an AML-M0 is compared to a medium-sized normal lymphocyte. Note the presence of only very scant cytoplasm in a blast and finer evenly-distributed chromatin in comparison to a lymphocyte. The high nuclear to cytoplasmic ration (N/C ratio) is a common albeit not a required feature of blasts. The single defining morphologic feature of a blast is it’s finely distributed nuclear chromatin.

Red Blood Cell Developmental Stages | ... stages of rubricytes (nucleated erythroid precursors) are present

Rubriblast (arrow), prorubricytes (arrowhead), and various stages of rubricytes (nucleated erythroid precursors) are present.

Basophil (least, or 5th most abundant WBC)

Basophil (least, or most abundant WBC)

Essential Thrombocythemia

Essential thrombocythemia (ET) is a myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN) characterized by megakaryocyte hyperplasia and thrombocytosis.

Histology Look-a-like #117  Adult T-cell leukemia v Purple...

Histology: This is what you're really made of. — Histology Look-a-like Adult T-cell leukemia.

Plasma Cells

Plasma Cells with Hoff above nucleus

Chronic neutrophilic leukemia. The peripheral blood smear shows an absolute neutrophilia without the significant left shift, vacuolization, or toxic granulation usually associated with a reactive process. Döhle bodies (arrows) are often present in the cytoplasm of neutrophils

Chronic Leukemias - discusses 6 different types of leukemia and the treatments available for each.

Monocytosis = CVD, chronic infection (LISTERIA or TB is classic), malginancy, neutropenia. Serum lysozyme is elevated but tells you nothing except if it's high, it can support that an AML is of monocytic differentiation. If persistent, CMML.

Chronic Leukemias - discusses 6 different types of leukemia and the treatments available for each.

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