Color atlas of haematology

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The atlas is called a field guide and you write in the preface that the atlas is unique. This was an attempt to more closely mimic the real world where peripheral blood cellular morphology is directly assessed using stained glass slides. Love explains how this atlas stands apart from others in the Color Atlas series cklor from others on the market. But that really limited what images could be used.

A good guidebook will focus your thinking and sharpen your diagnostic acumen. Color Atlas of Hematology. The second volume will be devoted to bone marrow morphology.

There is an introduction to microscopy, a timeline of hematology with videosan overview of flow cytometry, pediatric pathology, and automated hematology, including the newest machines used for digital cell morphology.

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By integrating the proposed WHO classification and relating it to other recently utilized classification schemes, the authors have made the chapter more relevant and timely. Select Year They are all terrific vignettes.

The virtual smears have the advantage of allowing cells to be viewed in context—the entire feather edge of a glass slide is available for examination. Here is more of what he told us. Myelodysplastic SyndromesMultiple Myeloma. Besides the virtual peripheral blood smears, creating videos of authors discussing topics of interest from the atlas seemed like another way to do that. Consider it a signpost in the regulatory wilderness.

Color Atlas of Clinical Hematology, Third Edition

Keep in mind that these are not links to a static image; rather, the user can zoom out and navigate to an entirely new region of interest. It's off now Dismiss How do I disable my ad blocker?

haemafology Further information about data processing and your corresponding rights. The chapters on acute leukemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, and chronic myeloproliferative disorders 8, 9, and 13, respectively discuss not only the morphologic aspects but also the immunophenotypic and genetic findings, when appropriate.

Color Atlas of Hematology

Virtual microscopy using whole slide image scans is absolutely the best way to engage the reader and create a memorable learning experience, aside from using a real double-headed microscope. The images can be viewed by scanning the QR code using a tablet or smartphone.

While these Closer Look pieces were a feature hadmatology the first edition of this book, the depth and breadth of this contextual material in this second edition really distinguishes it from the first. Effective blood smear interpretation requires an additional step: The authors shot them on their smartphones or other low-end video cameras.

What information can the reader expect to find in this second edition that was not in the first edition?

This book embraced that origin, building the case for proper identification, which leads to the right diagnosis and eventual treatment.

September —When a miracle drug comes along that is predicted to cause havoc in the laboratory, the drug could well seem like a double-edged sword. It is generally designed to be brought into a local area where such objects exist to help distinguish between similar objects.

The topics were selected by the section authors who identified specific points of morphology or disease that needed a broader discussion.

In some laboratories and residency programs, the first edition is required reading. Skip to main content. The discussions are informative and enhance the educational value of this section. The first to press covers peripheral blood. The lymphocyte chapter in the first edition, for example, is 40 pages in length and now in the second edition there are 70 pages.

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