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Section 3

Common Morphological Abnormalities of Neutrophil Granulocytes

Description

This section covers some of the more common abnormalities of neutrophil morphology that can be seen in peripheral blood.

 

Objectives

When you complete this section, you will be able to:

  • Recognize common abnormalities of neutrophil morphology.
  • Learn about quantitative abnormalities of neutrophil granulocytes and causes of Neutropenia and Neutrophilia.

  • Understand the clinical importance of immature granulocytes.

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