There are numerous fragmented RBC’s seen here. Some of the irregular shapes appear as “helmet” cells. Such fragmented RBC’s are known as “schistocytes” ...
It’s Uric Acid Crystals, Uric acid crystals are diamond or barrel shaped crystals that are typically yellow to orange-brown in color. They can be found in normal urine but may ...
the round, dark-blue granules known as basophilic stippling
The granules are composed of precipitated ribosomes and mitochondria in immature red blood cells
Basophilic Stippling ...
This smear taken from acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) patient
when we first report the cell we say it’s blast but we don’t specify it until we do other tests but i put ...
Stomatocytes: [fish mouth- like] (RBC’s Alterations)
Seen in patients with: Hereditary stomatocytosis (results in haemolytic anaemia)
Haematopoiesis is the formation of blood cellular components. All cellular blood components are derived from haematopoietic stem cells.
This is Alkaline Urine: notice triple phosphate crystals
These “triple phosphate” crystals look like rectangles, or coffin lids
Source & References: ...
Jaundice: is the yellowing of the skin and the eyes
1) Pre-hepatic (hemolytic): The pathology is occurring prior to the liver.
Sickle cell anemia
This is hypochormic microcytic anemia condition
Hypochormic as central pallor zone increased in most red cells
Microcytic as cells are smaller than normal
Anisocytosis (variation in ...
An elevated WBC count with mainly neutrophils suggests inflammation or infection.
A very high WBC count (>50,000) that is not a leukemia is known as a “leukemoid reaction”.