Proerythroblast and polychromatic erythroblasts in the peripheral blood of a newborn infant with haemolytic disease of the newborn.

Proerythroblast

The proerythroblast varies from 12 to 20 μm in diameter and has a large nucleus that occupies most of the cell. The chromatin strands are fine, giving an even reticular appearance. ...

Schistosoma japonicum

Introduction Schistosoma japonicum is found in China, Japan, the Philippines, and Indonesia. It causes disease of the bowel with the eggs being passed out in the feces. It differs ...

Blasts with eye catching distinct nucleoli

The prominent features in the arrowed cell of Image are the eye catching distinct nucleoli. The nucleoli, smooth chromatin, high nucleus to cytoplasm ratio and the appearance of accompanying ...

Hookworm by scanning electron micrograph (SEM)

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the parasitic nematode worm  Ancylostoma ceylanicum (Hook Worm) . Hookworms live in the intestines of their host. The ...

Monocyte with folded nucleus

One monocyte with folded nucleus. Normal blood – 100X 

Osteoclast with 2 nuclei

One osteoclast with 2 nuclei. Normal marrow -100X 

Two young monocytes

Two young monocytes, 1 with many vacuoles. Normal blood – 100X   

Prolymphocytic Leukemia (PLL)

This is a rare chronic lymphoproliferative disorder seen in elderly in which patients have high total leukocyte count along with massive splenomegaly. The prolymphocytes are morphologically ...

Difference between Petechiae, Purpura and Ecchymoses

Petechiae, Purpura and Ecchymoses are the three terms that refer to bleeding that occurs in the skin. the term “petechiae” refers to smaller lesions. “Purpura” ...

Chilomastix mesnili

Introduction Chilomastix mesnili is cosmopolitan in distribution although found more frequently in warm climates. It is thought to be non-pathogenic although the trophozoite has been ...

Trichuris trichiura

Introduction Trichuris trichiura, more commonly known as the Whip Worm, due to the whip-like form of the body. These nematodes are most commonly seen in tropical climates and in areas ...

Capillaria Philippinensis

Introduction Intestinal capillariasis was first observed in the Philippines in 1962 and since then it has been noted, although less frequently in Thailand, with scattered reports from ...
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