2016-12-20

Introducing: The CellaVision User Club

Earlier this year, CellaVision launched a new exciting online forum – we are calling it the CellaVision User Club. The purpose of the Club is to provide CellaVision Users with information, tools and resources that will help you develop your skills and realize the full potential of their CellaVision System. Membership in the Club also ensures that you are aware of important product information, releases and updates. Since launch, we have had customers signing up from all over the world and the feedback from new members has been that very positive.

Applying for membership is simple and does not take long. Before starting the application process, make sure to first locate and write down the serial number of your CellaVision DM System as the provision of this information is a mandatory part of the registration process.

So when you have a couple of minutes to spare, sign-up via www.cellavision.com/for-users

/ The CellaVision Blog 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 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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  1. Blast cells. I believe the first contains an Auer-rod, and the second slight granules, so it must be myeloblasts. With the cleaving of nucleus, hypogranular promyelocytes could not be ruled out.

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