Displaying articles by tag: Examination of Blood Smear

Dayyal Dg. in Hemotology
Thursday, 27 July 2017 06:22


A blood smear is examined for:   Red cells: Morphology, immature forms, inclusion bodies, arrangement of cells. White cells: Differential count, abnormal or immature forms. Platelets: Adequacy, abnormal forms. Parasites: Malaria, filaria.   A peripheral blood smear has three parts: Head, body, and tail. Also read: PREPARATION OF BLOOD SMEAR…

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