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Slide 16
Shown here are E3 cells from the same patients. The differences are more evident than in the previous slides. The cell on the left is larger than the one on the right and the nuclear chromatin is finer and not as clumped. The purpose in comparing these cells is to point out what differences you should look for. Even an expert cannot make a diagnosis from a bone marrow preparation without studying many cells. It cannot be done on the basis of single cells.

HEMATOLOGY
Course Section: 05. Nucleated Red Blood Cells
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