Unique Red Blood Cell Morphology Detected in a Patient with Myelodysplastic Syndrome by Three-dimensional Refractive Index Tomography

@article{Koo2019UniqueRB,
  title={Unique Red Blood Cell Morphology Detected in a Patient with Myelodysplastic Syndrome by Three-dimensional Refractive Index Tomography},
  author={Se-eun Koo and S. Jang and C. Park and Young-Uk Cho and Y. Park},
  journal={Laboratory Medicine Online},
  year={2019},
  volume={9},
  pages={185-188}
}
eISSN 2093-6338 there is no de nite marker to distinguish MDS from other hematologic diseases based on the patient’s peripheral blood. Findings of dysplastic features from peripheral blood are limited. Large or abnormally granulated platelets, pseudo–Pelger-Huët anomaly and hypogranular cytoplasm in neutrophils, basophilic stippling, and poikilocytosis in red blood cells (RBCs) are features that can be observed in a peripheral blood smear using light microscopy [1]. However, these features are… Expand
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