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  1. 1. CONTENTS Chapter page no. 1. Introduction and significance of CBC...................................................................................................1–6 2. Red blood cell.......................................................................................................................................8–29 2. A. RBC count.....................................................................................................................................8 2. B. Hemoglobin.................................................................................................................................11 2. C. Reticulocyte................................................................................................................................15 2. D. Hematocrit—Packed cell volume (PCV)...................................................................................18 2. E. Mean corpuscular volume..........................................................................................................21 2. F. Mean corpuscular hemoglobin...................................................................................................24 2. G. Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC)............................................................25 2. H. Red cell distribution width (RDW)............................................................................................26 3. Red blood cell on peripheral smear...................................................................................................30–48 3. A. RBCs on peripheral smear.........................................................................................................32 3. B. Hemoparasite.............................................................................................................................41 4. White blood cell..................................................................................................................................50–70 4. A. WBC Count.................................................................................................................................50 4. B. Polymorphs.................................................................................................................................55 4. C. Eosinophils................................................................................................................................61 4. D. Basophils....................................................................................................................................63 4. E. Monocytes...................................................................................................................................64 4. F. Lymphocytes...............................................................................................................................65 5. Platelets..............................................................................................................................................70–80 5. A. Platelet count.............................................................................................................................70 5. B. Platelet disorder.........................................................................................................................76 5. C. Mean platelet volume (MPV).....................................................................................................77 5. D. Platelet distribution width (PDW)............................................................................................78 5. E. Plateletcrit (PCT).......................................................................................................................79 5. F. immature platelet fraction (IPF)...............................................................................................79 6. Manual v/s Automation....................................................................................................................82–93 7. General principle of histogram generation and interpretation.......................................................95–98 8. Histograms.....................................................................................................................................110–138 9. Scattergram....................................................................................................................................140–143 10. Case studies...................................................................................................................................145–174 11. Quality control...............................................................................................................................176–182 References..............................................................................................................................................183 Index.......................................................................................................................................................185

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