One monocyte with folded nucleus. Normal blood – 100X
Two young monocytes, 1 with many vacuoles. Normal blood – 100X
3-4x larger than a mature RBC
Lower nuclear to cytoplasmic ratio because of increased cytoplasm
Kidney shaped Indented Nucleus with mature chromatin (clumped)
Nucleoli are ...
Top left frame: Monocyte with an irregular outline, gray cytoplasm containing a few azurophilic granules and vacuoles, and a nucleus with an open or lacy chromatin distribution.
From top to the bottom:
Blast (you don’t specify it’s type)
It is morphologically impossible to say what kind of blast it is.