Histology of Blood B slide 90-100
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What cell is this? Label:
- SG: Specific Granules (dark and covers nucleus) w/ receptors for IgE Ab)
- Has non-specific azurophilic granules too.
What type of cell is this? What is inside? What is characteristic of the inside component?
- §Azurophilic granules - lysosomes of basophils
- containing lysosomal acid hydrolases
What are these cells and what do these 2 cells have in common?
What is this cell? Where can you find it? What is it commonly referred to in immunity?
- §Most circulating lymphocytes are recirculating immunocompetent cells
What are the two cells in the middle?
§In blood smears mature lymphocyte is about same size as a RBC§Intensely staining nucleus, spherical, slightly indented§Very thin pale rim of cytoplasm
What type of cell is this? What can you tell about the cytoplasm?
Medium – sized lymphocyte. Cytoplasm contains mainly- free ribosomes- few mitochondria
What are the conditions of these?
Top right and left: Blood parasite infection. Bottom: Basophilic stippling due to lead poisoning.
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