Diagnosis for Cells Case #23

May-Hegglin Anomaly is a rare, inherited, blood platelet disorder characterized by the triad of abnormally large platelets (giant platelets), thrombocytopenia, and inclusion bodies in leukocytes.  Some people with this disorder may have no symptoms while others may have various bleeding abnormalities.


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