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  • 1. HEMATOPOIESISJOSE R. VILLARINO, RMT
  • 2. Theories on Blood Cell Formation A. MONOPHYLETIC THEORY All blood cells come from one origin stem cell the HEMOCYTOBLAST REC B. POLYPHYLETIC THEORY Also known as Dualistic Theory which suggests different groups of blood cells originate from different stem cells.- RBC,WBC, platelets – Hemohistioblast- Monocytes, lymphocytes & plasma cells – Tissue hemohistioblast
  • 3. Stages of Hematopoiesis Mesoblastic stage – first month of embryonic life where cells are formed outside the embryo in the mesenchyme of the yolk sac. Hepatic stage – by the 6th week Medullary stage – by the 5th month blood cell formation occurs in the bone marrow. - Marrow – primitive stem cells & committed progenitor cells are confined - Spleen & lymph nodes – 2ndary lymphoid tissue for lymphocyte development and differentiation.
  • 4. Principles in Normal Cell Maturation CELL SIZE – immature cells are much bigger than more mature cells CYTOPLASMIC DIFFERENTIATION - amount of cytoplasm - color (basophilia) - presence of granules (WBC) NUCLEAR MATURATION - presence, size (nucleus:cytoplasm ratio) - nucleolus presence & lobes or indentation
  • 5. ERYTHROPOIESIS Governed by a hormone produced by the kidneys called ERYTHROPOIETIN Begins with the multipotential stem CFU-S. By the action of microenvironmental factors the CFU- S differentiates forming a committed erythroid progenitor cell.
  • 6. RBC Maturation Program Pronormoblast (Erythroblast) Basophilic normoblast (Prorubricyte) Polychromatic erythroblast (Rubricyte) Orthochromic normoblast (Metarubricyte) Reticulocyte (Polychromatophilic) Mature erythrocyte
  • 7. Pronormoblast (Rubriblast) First recognizable RBC precursor First Hemoglobin-synthesizing cell Approximately 20 um Moderate amount of cytoplasm Basophilic cytoplasm with 1-3 nuclei Prominent nuclear membrane Shows active mitotic division
  • 8. Pronormoblast (rubriblast)
  • 9. Basophilic normoblast(prorubricyte) Slightly smaller than the rubriblast Cytoplasm is moderate in amount with deep basophilia due to high amounts of cytoplamsic RNA Nucleoli are present though not always visible Active mitotic division noted
  • 10. Prorubricyte (Basophilic normoblast)
  • 11. Polychromatic erythroblast(rubricyte) Cytoplasm stains various shades of gray due to mixture of RNA and hemoglobin Nuclear volume occupies half of the cell area May undergo 1 or mitotic division in which after the last division the nucleus become small & condensed
  • 12. Rubricyte (polychomatic erythroblast)
  • 13. Orthochromic normoblast(metarubricyte) Last nucleated stage in RBC series First non-mitotic stage Slight polychromasia Abundant or full hemoglobinization
  • 14. Metarubricyte (orthochromic normoblast)
  • 15. Reticulocyte Non-nucleated immature RBC Appears polychromatic due to remaining RNA responsible for the bluish-gray color on air-dried smears Larger than mature erythrocyte Released into the circulation after 2 days of maturation in the marrow Synthesize Hemoglobin for approximately 1 day after leaving the bone marrow
  • 16. Reticulocyte (poychromatophilic erythrocyte)
  • 17. Reticulocyte (supravital stain)
  • 18. Mature Erythrocyte Appears as a biconcave disc with a concavity on each side – “Discocyte” Average size 7.2 um
  • 19. Erythrocyte (mature RBC)
  • 20. Granulopoiesis (WBC) Hematopoietic growth factors influencing formation of WBCs Strict lineage: G-CSF (colony stimulating factor) – granulocytes (neutrophils) M-CSF – monocytes Multilineage: GM-CSF – granulocytes, monocytes, megakaryocytes & RBC
  • 21. Cells of the WBC series Myeloblast Promyelocyte Myelocyte Metamyelocyte Band or stab Segmenter
  • 22. Myeloblast Earliest cell in the WBC series Nucleus:cytoplasm ratio of 4:1 Large, round nucleus with 2-5 visible nucleoli Deeply basophilic cytoplasm No granules noted
  • 23. Myeloblast
  • 24. Promyelocyte Slightly smaller than myeloblast Basophilic cytoplasm N:C ratio of 2:1 with visible nucleoli Presence of azurophilic granules
  • 25. Promyelocyte
  • 26. Myelocyte Appearance of the specific granules or also known as secondary granules Specific granules will determine the functional destiny of the WBC giving rise to eosinophil, basophil or neutrophil. N:C ratio 1:1 with almost invisible nucleoli. Cytoplasm show mixture of basophilic and acidophilic staining
  • 27. Myelocyte
  • 28. Metamyelocyte Also known as the JUVENILE Differentiated from the myelocyte because of the presence of indentation of its nucleus N:C ratio 1:1 and smaller than the myelocyte
  • 29. Metamyelocyte (juvenile)
  • 30. Band or Stab Also known as the STAFF Measures 12-13 um Nucleus is sausage-shaped, elongated or horse-shoe shaped in appearance there is no lobulation or segmentation noted.
  • 31. Band / Stab / Staff
  • 32. Segmenter Most mature stage of the WBC N:C ratio of 1:2 Nucleus shows lobulation or segments Differentiated based on the appearance of its granules as follows:- Eosinophil – reddish-orange granules- Basophil – blue-black granules- Neutrophil – pink-tan granules
  • 33. Neutrophilic segmenter
  • 34. Eosinophil
  • 35. Basophil