2013-09-04

One way to keep your cell morphology skills up to date

Take the chance to participate in CellaVision’s global proficiency test experiment and find out how similar your differential results are compared to those of your peers.

The on-line test provided to us by Margit Grome from Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen contains one May-Grünwald-Giemsa stained slide with around 96 WBCs.

The patient information for the test is as follows:

  • Young male, 21 years old
  • B-Hemoglobin: 5.7 mmol/l (8.3 to 10.5)
  • B Leukocytes: 59.5 x 10^9/l (3.5 – 8.8)
  • B-Platelets: 52 x 10^9/l (145-390)

It only takes a few minutes!

Some of cells that is included in the test. 

 

2 thoughts on “One way to keep your cell morphology skills up to date”

  1. Myelocytes in lower middle and right squares, one mono in upper left corner, meta’s in top center,upper right corner, and lower left.

  2. Myelocytes in lower middle and right squares, one mono in upper left corner, meta’s in top center,upper right corner, & lower left. M1 or M4

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