French's Index of differential diagnosis by Arthur H Douthwaite

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Neutrophil myelocyte. Fig. -Premyelocyte. Fig. -Myeloblast, Fig. -Leukremic monocyte. Fig. -Leukremic monocyte. Fig. -Plasma cell. Figs. -WHITE BLOOD-CELLS AS SEEN UNDER AN OIL-IMMERSION LENS. ) 26 A N lE M I A appear in large numbers immediately after splenectomy, and may persist as a prominent feature for years. Large and numerous Howell-Jolly bodies are associated with splenic atrophy, and are frequently present in cases of non-tropical sprue, in which the spleen is often found at autopsy to be very small.

42). The later cell, with more or less kidney-shaped nucleus, may be called a late myelocyte or metamyelocyte (Fig. 41) ; while the earlier cell, with frankly blue cytoplasm and red granules, may be called a premyelocyte or metamyeloblast (Fig. 43). -These cells, though precursors of all the granulocytes including the myelocytes, are themselves non-granular. With their clear blue cytoplasm and finely reticulated nucleus they are immediately distinguishable from the more mature cells in the series, but on the other hand they are liable to be confounded with lymphocytes and monocytes.

The later cell, with more or less kidney-shaped nucleus, may be called a late myelocyte or metamyelocyte (Fig. 41) ; while the earlier cell, with frankly blue cytoplasm and red granules, may be called a premyelocyte or metamyeloblast (Fig. 43). -These cells, though precursors of all the granulocytes including the myelocytes, are themselves non-granular. With their clear blue cytoplasm and finely reticulated nucleus they are immediately distinguishable from the more mature cells in the series, but on the other hand they are liable to be confounded with lymphocytes and monocytes.

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