This essential guide can help readers identify blood type cells, which are difficult to categorize, and explains the morphologic characteristics of peripheral blood cells in detail. Some of the book's features include: color photographs that depict each stage of cell maturation in the exact sequence of development; comparative photographs of difficult-to-identify cells from different cell lines with adjacent diagrams and instructions in chart form; and an explanation of the entire differential procedure, with mathematical guidelines.Chapter 2 Proper Peripheral Blood Smear Preparation Description of a Properly Prepared Slide 1. 2. 3. A smooth even surface, free from ridges, waves, and holes .aquot; A film spread that does not involve the edges of the slide or coverslip (manualanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Color Atlas and Instruction Manual of Peripheral Blood Cell Morphology|
|Author||:||Barbara H. O'Connor|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 1984|