Mystery cells, case #7

Here is another case from Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark. Margit Grome, Biomedical Laboratory Scientist, and her colleague Lennarth Friis-Hansen M.D., give you the details: A woman, age 32 was hospitalized at the department of Infectious Diseases. A CSF was collected and sent to the lab. The results were: Erythrocytes: 2280 x 106/l Leukocytes:    339 ...


The diagnosis for mystery case #6

The man was diagnosed with Mantle Cell Lymphoma. The condition is an uncommon type of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma that mostly affects older adults. Great input from our readers as usual! Read more about Mantle Cell Lymphoma at Haematologica


Mystery cells, case #6

This case presents a 60 year old male that came to the hospital with abdominal pain, pain in the neck and armpits and sore throat. He also suffered from night sweats and fever. What are your thoughts about the man’s condition? Click to enlarge the cells.


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