PMN hipersegmentada (vista de cerca)

Aquí se muestra una gran célula polimorfonuclear (PMN) con varios lóbulos nucleares que pueden distinguirse con bastante facilidad, los cuales por lo general se ven en casos de anemia megaloblástica. Los PMN normales tienen 5 lóbulos o menos.PMN hipersegmentada (vista de cerca)


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