By Harald Theml
A Flexibook for either the professional and non-specialist, the new e-book deals available info on hematology in a succinct structure. as well as delivering uncomplicated technique, the booklet makes use of greater than 260 colour illustrations to element the main up to date scientific strategies. a number of tables and move charts are integrated to aid in differential analysis, making this a invaluable didactic reference for nurses, practising physicians and citizens getting ready for board examinations.
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32 Normal Cells of the Blood and Hematopoietic Organs Mature Red Blood Precursor Cells: Polychromatic and Orthochromatic Erythroblasts (Normoblasts) and Reticulocytes The results of mitosis of erythroblasts are called normoblasts. This name covers two cell types with relatively dense round nuclei and grayish pink stained cytoplasm. ” The nuclei of the latter gradually condense into small black spheres without structural definition that eventually are expelled from the cells. The now enucleated young erythrocytes contain copious ribosomes that precipitate into reticular (“net-like”) structures after special staining (see p.
In all strong regeneration or compensation processes, and in cases of leukemia and myeloproliferative syndromes (except osteomyelosclerosis). , in aplastic processes and myelofibrosis. Theml, Color Atlas of Hematology © 2004 Thieme All rights reserved. Usage subject to terms and conditions of license. Bone Marrow: Cell Composition and Principles of Analysis Table 4 53 Cell composition in the bone marrow: normal values (%) Median values (J. Boll) Red cell series – Proerythrocytes – Macroblasts (basophilic erythroblasts) – Normoblasts (poly- and orthochromic erythroblasts) Neutrophil series – Myeloblasts – Promyelocytes – Myelocytes – Metamyelocytes – Band neutrophils – Segmented neutrophils Small cell series – Eosinophilic granulocytes – Basophilic granulocytes – Monocytes – Lymphocytes – Plasma cells 1 3 Median values and normal range (K.
While this nomenclature may not conform to ideal standards, it is well established and, moreover, of such practical importance as a fundamental distinguishing criterion that it is worth retaining. A marked majority of mononuclear cells over the polynuclear segmented granulocytes is an unambiguous early finding. The next step has to be taken with far more care and discernment: classifying the mononuclear cells according to their possible origin, lymphatic cells, monocytes, or various immature blastic elements, which otherwise only occur in bone marrow.