Cell Case #26

A blood sample from a 90-year old asymptomatic woman was analyzed. The result from the cell counter showed abnormalities.



The following cells were found in the blood smear:










What is your diagnosis? Please post your suggestions.

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23 thoughts on “Cell Case #26”

  1. The first picture let me think probably a plasmacell, because of the blue. But the last one looks more like a hairy cell. Although the nucleus is quite dense.
    All together I think suspect HCL.

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