HISTO BLOCK II HEMATOPOIESIS

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HISTO BLOCK II HEMATOPOIESIS
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    • Thrombopoiesis
    • TEM note peripheral cytoplasm of megakaryocyte with platelet demarcation channels
    • Thrombopoiesis
    • Note more platelet demarcation channels
    • Thrombopoiesis
    • A-Sinusoids
    • B-megakaryocytes in bone marrow forming platelets
  1. Band Neutrophil in development of Granulocytes
    • A-Myeloblasts
    • B-promyelocytes
    • C-myelocytes
    • D- metamyelocytes
    • E-mature neutrophils  
    • F-eosinophils  
    • G-basophils
    • A-myeloblast
    • B-promyelocyte
    • C-eosinophilic myelocyte
    • D-neutrophillic myelocyte
    • A-eosinophilic metamyelocyte
    • B-neutriphillic metamyelocyte
    • C-neutrophilic band cell
    • *note neutrophilic band cell looks VERY similar to monocyte
    • A-sinusoid
    • B-endothelium
    • C-adventitial cell
    • D-hemopoietic compartment
    • E-penetration of megakaryocyte by WBC
    • F-sinusoid
    • G-erythroblastic islet
    • A-megakaryocyte
    • B-Platelet
  2. blood cell pushing its way through endothelial cell
  3. blood cell pushing its way through endothelial cell (second picture)
  4. Erythropoiesis
    • arrows-mitotic figures
    • arrowheads-plasma cells
    • A-erythropoiesis
    • B-granulopoiesis
    • Red Arrow-megakaryocyte
    • Blue Arrow-endothelial cells lining sinusoids (simple squamous)
  5. Arrowheads?
    • Arrowheads-sinusoids
    • A-Adipocytes
  6. **ID: sinusoids, megakaryocytes, erythrocytes, erythroblastic  islet.
    • A-adipocytes
    • Red arrow-eosinophils (with red granules)
    • Blue arrow-immature neutrophil
    • A-megakaryocytes
    • B-adipocytes
    • Red arrow-immature neutrophil
  7. bone marrow abnormality HYPOCELLULARITY
  8. bone marrow abnormality-HYPERCELLULARITY

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