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Inclusions also may be seen in lymphocytes and monocytes in mucopolysaccharidoses. Shown on the left is a lymphocyte with the inclusions present in the cytoplasm. Each inclusion is contained in a vacuole. The cell on the right is a vacuolated lymphocyte from the same blood, in which the granules have been lost in preparation. These cells were observed in the blood smear of a child with Beta-galactosidase deficiency.

HEMATOLOGY
Course Section: 03. Blood Smears Stained with Wright's Stain
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