By Herbert Begemann
-Enhanced sixth variation includes extra illustrations and documented figures
-A ideal reference for hematological and oncological departments and the clincal labortory
-Classified findings from the area well-being Organization
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Anomalous granulation (a) PAS reaction of peripheral blood cells. Positive segmented nuclei (right) and negative monocyte. Method see p. 15 (b) Peroxidase reaction of peripheral blood cells by Graham-Knoll. Three positive segmented nuclei. Top right a negative lymphocyte (see also Table 5, p. 86). Method see p. II (c) Steinbrinck-Chediak-Higashi granulation anomaly (Preparation kindly supplied by Dr. P. Lopes Cardozo. Leiden) (d) Cytoplasm vacuoles in granulocytes 45 Fig. 11. Monocytes, macrophages -1,250 x The monocyte is an exceptionally polymorphous cell.
P. Lopes Cardozo. Leiden) (d) Cytoplasm vacuoles in granulocytes 45 Fig. 11. Monocytes, macrophages -1,250 x The monocyte is an exceptionally polymorphous cell. -1m. The mostly irregularly contoured cytoplasm reveals a characteristic gray blue coloration. Some of the cells display azure granules which, contrary to the lymphocytes, are always very delicate (cells 3, 8, 10, II). The nucleus is only rarely round; usually it is indented and lobate. The nuclear framework is peculiarly loose and poor in chromatin, Fig.
All eosinophils are peroxidase-positive. The basophils also follow the same development (cell 10-14) but they can usually be differentiated only from the myelocyte stage on. Typical is the coarse basophil granulation that more or less conceals the cytoplasm, including the nucleus. The nucleus of segmented basophils is polymorphous and often cloverleaf shaped. The cells are generally a little smaller than the neutrophils and eosinophils. They are peroxidase-positive. Electron microscopic pictures of eosinophil and basophil granulocytes see p.
Atlas of Clinical Hematology by Herbert Begemann