hematology

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  1. What type of cell is this?
    In which disease is this type of cell present?

    Howell-Jolly bodies

    Basophilic nuclear remnants found in RBCs. Howell-Jowell bodies are normally removed from RBCs by splenic macrophages.

    Seen in ppts with hyposplenia or asplenia or after mothball ingestion (napthalene)
  2. What type of cell is this?
    In which disease is this type of cell present?

    Hypersegmented neutrophils 

    Megaloblastic anemia
  3. This blood smear is a common finding in which type of anemia?


    Iron deficiency anemia
  4. This as a common clinical finding in which disease?


    Punched out lytic bone lesions on x ray

    Multiple myeloma
  5. This as a common clinical finding in which disease?


    Punched out lytic bone lesions on x ray

    Multiple myeloma
  6. The white arrows indicate a clinical finding of which disease?

    Lead lines on metaphyses of long bones

    Lead poisoning
  7. What type of cell is this and in which disease can it be found?

    Macro-ovalocyte

    Megaloblastic anemia (also hypersegmented PMNs), marrow failure
  8. Neoplasm associated with this cell type?

    Plasma cells cancer

    Multiple myeloma
  9. This is a  blood smear of which disease?
    Multiple myeloma- Plasma cell cancer

    Black arrow- whitish intracytoplasmic inclusions containing immunoglobulin
  10. What type of cell is this and in which disease can it be found?

    Reed-Sternberg cells (tumor giant cell)

    Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  11. What type of cell is this and in which disease can it be found?

    Reed-Sternberg cells (tumor giant cell)

    Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  12. What type of cell is present in this blood smear and in which disease can it be found?
    Reed-Sternberg cells (tumor giant cell)

    Hodgkin's Lymphoma
  13. This blood smear is a microsopic finding of which disease?

    Rouleaux formation 

    Multiple myeloma
  14. The red arrow points to which intracytoplasmic inclusion?
    In which disease can it be found?

    Russel bodies- Multiple myeloma
  15. This blood smear demonstrates which intracytoplasmic inclusions?

    In which disease can it be found?

    Russel bodiesMultiple myeloma
  16. The black arrow points to which type of cell?
    In which diseases can this type of cell be found?

    Schistocytes (fragment of RBC)

     Microangiopathic hemolytic anemias- DIC, TTP, HUS, stenotic valve/ metal heart valve prosthesis
  17. The black arrow points to which type of cell?
    In which diseases can this type of cell be found?

    Schistocytes (fragment of RBC)

    Microangiopathic hemolytic anemias- DIC, TTP, HUS, stenotic valve/ metal heart valve prosthesis
  18. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?


    Sickle cell anemia (crescent shaped RBC)
  19. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Sickle cell anemia (crescent shaped RBC)
  20. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Ringed sideroblasts- 

    Sideroblastic anemia. Excess iron in mitochondria
  21. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Ringed sideroblasts- 

    Sideroblastic anemia. Excess iron in mitochondria
  22. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Ringed sideroblasts-

    Sideroblastic anemia. Excess iron in mitochondria
  23. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Smudge cells

    • Small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL)/
    • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)
  24. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Smudge cells

    • Small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL)/
    • Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)
  25. What type of cell is in this blood smear?
    In which disease can it be found?

    Spherocyte

    Hereditary Spherocytosis - autoimmune hemolysis
  26. What type of cell is in this blood smear?
    In which disease can it be found?

    Spherocyte

    Hereditary Spherocytosis - autoimmune hemolysis
  27. What type of cell is in this blood smear?
    In which disease can it be found?

    Target cell

    • HbC disease
    • Asplenia
    • Liver disease
    • Thalassemia
  28. What type of cell is in this blood smear?
    In which disease can it be found?

    Target cell

    • HbC disease
    • Asplenia
    • Liver disease
    • Thalassemia
  29. This blood smear is a microscopic finding of which disease?

    Hairy cell lekemia

    Cells have filamentous, hair-like projections
  30. What type of cell is this and in which disease can it be found?

    Teardrop cell

    Bone marrow infiltration- Myelofibrosis
  31. What type of cell is this and in which disease can it be found?

    Teardrop cell

    Bone marrow infiltration- Myelofibrosis

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