Diagnosis for Cells Case #20

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Cell Case #20

This Cell Case presents a 15 year old boy presented at the GP’s office. He had stomach complaints and a swollen abdomen.


Diagnosis for Cells Case #19: B-ALL

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Cell Case #19

This Cell Case presents a 56 year old male. He came to the hospital with fatigue and dyspnoe d’effort complaints. Read more >


Diagnosis for Cells Case #18: Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APL)

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Diagnosis mystery cells case #17: Burkitt’s Lymphoma

We are glad to see that you are sharing your suggestions despite the limited information we could present for this case. The patient was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system that has an especially high incidence in equatorial Africa among children 3 to 16 years of age. The disease is characterized by ...


Mystery cells, case #17

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?


Diagnosis mystery cells case #16

As you suspected the little girl was diagnosed with Chédiak-Higashi syndrome. The patient had a sister that was a match for a bone marrow transplant, while that will help the functionality of the neutrophils, the patient will be left with peripheral neuropathy. We found another case report with the Chédiak-Higashi syndrome in the American Journal ...


Mystery cells case #16: Female infant with grey hair

This case presents a 1 ½ year old Asian female that came to the hospital with an infection and high fever. Her hair was of a gray color and her skin was pale and gray. What can you see when you look at the cells?  Thank you to the hospital in the Western United States for ...


The diagnosis for mystery case #7

The patient was from Africa, and she had been tested HIV-positive. The cells in row 4 were not WBC’s – but Cryptococcus. As many of you recognized! The patient was very ill when she came to the hospital, and it took several months to cure her from the Cryptococcus infection. Cryptococcus is a type of ...


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