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Slide 10
Platelets overlying erythrocytes sometimes may be mistaken for inclusions. It is fairly obvious in this slide that the two red cells in the center of the field do not contain any bodies but have platelets on top of them. It is not always this easy to distinguish between the two. Platelets generally have a halo around them if they are seen over a red cell.

HEMATOLOGY
Course Section: 02. Inclusions Found in Red Blood Cells
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