Back BackNext NextBack to View Back to ViewMain Main



Slide 14
Each laboratory has its own method for preparing reticulocytes to be counted. The methods are described in every textbook of laboratory methods and will not be described here. If a permanent record is desired, the reticulocytes may be counterstained with Wright's stain. Shown here is a reticulocyte preparation made from the blood of a patient with sickle cell anemia, counterstained with Wright's stain.

HEMATOLOGY
Course Section: 02. Inclusions Found in Red Blood Cells
Questions and comments about the design of this database
should be directed to media@medicine.wustl.edu.