Cell Case #21
This Cell Case presents a 64-year-old man that arrived at an emergency ward with complaints of malaise and fatigue. Clinical chemistry parameters showed a total protein of 126 g/L, an albumin of 26 g/L and a total IgG of around 70 g/L. Peripheral blood smear analysis displayed several aberrant cell types.
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