Displaying articles by tag: Platelets Morphology

Dayyal Dg. in Hemotology
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 12:45


Platelets are small, 1-3 μm in diameter, purple structures with tiny irregular projections on surface. In blood films prepared from non-anticoagulated blood (i.e. direct fingerstick), they occur in clumps. If platelet count is done on automated blood cell counters using EDTA-anticoagulated blood sample, about 1% of persons show falsely low…

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