University of Minnesota - Hematography [tm]

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    With the Hematography process, selected cells are isolated from several different microscopic photographs of the patient's blood or bone marrow smear, then combined to produce a representative field illustrating that case. If the patient's own red cells and platelets were morphologically normal, we may have (in the interest of expediency and our own sanity) substituted a standard normal RBC/platelet background field for the patient's normochromic, normocytic cells. The significant cells in the field (whether they are red cells, white cells, and/or platelets) are always from the patient described in the case study.

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