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Our blog is created for laboratory professionals with a particular interest in hematology and digital cell morphology. Our aim is to inform, educate and inspire in equal measures - by highlighting interesting articles, sharing interesting patient cases and cell images, and presenting inspiring success stories from our community of CellaVision-users from around the world.

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2018-06-05

Results for Global Test May 2018

Thank you for participating in Global Test May 2018! We were glad to see that so many of you signed up to participate in CellaVision Global Test. The result is now available for all of you that participated. The Examiner classification is based on joint results from three different independent morphology experts. The challenge for ...

2018-05-07

Global Test May 2018

Welcome to sign up for a new global test! Test your morphology skills in a new global test. All you have to do is register here  before May 21th. We release the test case May 22nd when the registration is closed. All you have to do is classify the cells before May 29th using our cloud-based ...

2018-02-22

New updated CellAtlas App!

CellaVision has released an updated version of the CellAtlas App with new GUI, new images and texts. Get the App and try our new CellQuiz! /The CellaVision Marketing Team About the CellaVision Blog This blog is created by CellaVision for laboratory professionals with a particular interest in hematology and digital cell morphology. Our aim is ...

2017-12-15

Undisputed CellaVision Cell Quiz Champion 2017

        Let us present the current top three leaders! Guro Archer Lauritzen, 3055 Heidi Andersen, 2790 points Jorge A Luque Rodriguez, 2350 points   This is your last chance to challenge our current high score leaders. Who will be the winner of the CellaVision CellQuiz 2017? Download our CellAtlas app on your ...

2017-12-13

Diagnosis for Cell Case #28

Thank you for all you interesting comments and suggestions! The Diagnosis for CellCase#28 is AML Check out this article to learn more about AML: Click here >>                                      Thank you for input – please don’t forget that you ...

2017-12-05

Cell Case #28

A 70-year old woman was seen by the hematologist on the basis of the following blood count: Hemoglobin: 8,8 g/dL; Thrombocyte-count: 13x10E9/L and a leukocytosis of 55x10E9/L. The following aberrant cells were seen in the peripheral blood smear.                 What is your diagnosis? Please post your suggestions. Download Cell ...

2017-11-22

Diagnosis for Cell Case #27

Thank you for all the interesting suggestions! The Diagnosis for CellCase #27 is CML. For more information about CML take a look at this abstract: Click here >>                              Thank you for input – please don’t forget that you are most welcome to ...

2017-11-10

Cell Case #27

A 72-year old woman was admitted in the emergency ward because of fatique, weight loss and stomach complaints The cell counter displayed an anemia, slight thrombocytosis and a severe leukocytosis.     The peripheral blood smear showed the following cells:                 What is your diagnosis? Please post your suggestions. ...

2017-10-25

Diagnosis for Cell Case #26

Thank you for all your interesting posts and suggestions for CellCase#26! The Diagnosis for CellCase#26 is SMZL (Splenic Marginal Lymphoma) For more interesting reading about SMZL, check out this article: Click here >>                              Thank you for input – please don’t forget that ...

2017-10-13

Cell Case #26

A blood sample from a 90-year old asymptomatic woman was analyzed. The result from the cell counter showed abnormalities.     The following cells were found in the blood smear:                   What is your diagnosis? Please post your suggestions. Download Cell Case #26 as pdf and share with ...

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