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Atlas Of Acute Leukemia (ALL, AML)

Acute Leukemia, Lymphoblastic Leukemia

photo Fig. 15a Panoptic stain, bone marrow. The cytoplasm of the lymphoblast at lower left is heavily vacuolated. ~1100X
photo Fig. 15b Panoptic stain, bone marrow.
photo Fig. 15c Panoptic stain, peripheral blood.
photo Fig. 15d PAS reaction, peripheral blood. Coarse PAS-positive granules in the cytoplasm.
photo Fig. 16a Cerebrospinal fluid, cellular centrigate. The many lymphoblasts are typical of leukemic meningopathy. ~500X
photo Fig. 16b Lymph node aspirate. A few mature lymphocytes intermingled with numerous typical lymphoblasts. Stimulated immunoblast at center right. ~1000X
photo Fig. 17a Panoptic stain, bone marrow. Sheet of promyelocytic cells, plasma cell at upper left, normoblastic at upper right. ~1000X
photo Fig. 17b Peroxidase reaction, bone marrow.Note the strong activity of the leukemic cells. ~1000X


Table of Figures
Acute Leukemia - Undifferentiated leukemia - bone marrow

Acute Leukemia - Myeloblastic leukemia - bone marrow

Acute Leukemia - Other leukemias - bone marrow

Figures 13, 14

Figures 15, 16, 17

Figures 18, 19, 20

Acute erythroleukemia






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