Mystery cells case #17 presents a CSF sample of an unknown patient. The sample was analyzed using the CellaVision Body Fluid Application. Based on the image below, what diagnosis do you think was given?
AML – blasts spread to CNS ?
Acute megaloblastic leukemia (AML-M7), or a baby that has Down syndrome with transient myelopoesis.
Acute megaloblastic leukemia, or a baby that has Down syndrome with transient myelopoesis.
Plasma cell lymphoma
I’m just gonna go with ALL
I think this is lymphoblast.
Looks like rubriblasts.
It’s a difficult case, but I believe this case is a diffuus grootcellig
B-cel lymfoom (excuse for the dutch language)
Plasma Cell Leukemia that has spread to the brain.
Do we know what kind of stain this is? Is it Wright’s, Wright’s- Giemsa or MGG?
Looks like a plasmablast, or plasma dyscrasia in a maligna hemopathy
I think it is a blast – in a sea of similar cells.
We have opinions of monoblast or megakaryoblast from our group.
Northside Hosppitla, Atlanta, GA USA
could this be Lymphoma?
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