By Harald Klaus Theml, Heinz Diem, Torsten Haferlach
A Flexibook for either the professional and non-specialist, the new booklet deals obtainable details on hematology in a succinct layout. as well as supplying uncomplicated method, the booklet makes use of greater than 260 colour illustrations to aspect the main updated medical methods. a number of tables and stream charts are incorporated to aid in differential prognosis, making this a beneficial didactic reference for nurses, working towards physicians and citizens getting ready for board examinations.
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Staining is done as described previously for blood smears. Theml, Color Atlas of Hematology © 2004 Thieme All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license. 24 Physiology and Pathophysiology of Blood Cells 1. Skin puncture 2. Aspiration 3. Collecting aspirates from different lymph node locations 4. Detaching the syringe body, equalizing the pressure difference 5. Removal of the syringe body and cannula 6. Pulling back the syringe barrel 7. Pushing the biopsy material onto a slide Fig.
The term “band cell” should be used when all nuclear sections of the nucleus are approximately the same width (the “bands”). The beginnings of segmentation may be visible, but the indentations should never cut more than two-thirds of the way across the nucleus. Segmented neutrophils represent the final stage in the lineage that started with myeloblasts, forming gradually, without any clear transition or further cell divisions, by increasing contraction of their nuclei. Finally, the nuclear segments are connected only by narrow chromatin bridges, which should be no thicker than one-third of the average diameter of the nucleus.
5. Bone marrow histology is also rarely indicated (even more rarely than the bone marrow cytology). Examples of the decision-making process between bone marrow cytology and histology (biopsy) are shown in Table 3. Often only histological analysis can show structural changes or focal infiltration of the bone marrow. This is particularly true of the frequently fiber-rich chronic myeloproliferative diseases, such as polycythemia vera rubra, myelofibrosis– osteomyelosclerosis (MF-OMS), essential thrombocythemia (ET), and chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) as well as malignant lymphoma without hematological involvement (Hodgkin disease or blastic nonHodgkin lymphoma) and tumor infiltration.
Color Atlas of Hematology. Practical and Clinical Diagnosis by Harald Klaus Theml, Heinz Diem, Torsten Haferlach