anisopoikilocytosis

anisopoikilocytosis

/an·iso·poi·ki·lo·cy·to·sis/ (-poi″kĭ-lo-si-to´sis) the presence in the blood of erythrocytes of varying sizes and abnormal shapes.
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However, the blood picture will reveal marked anisopoikilocytosis.
Peripheral blood smear suggested microcytic hypochromic anemia with anisopoikilocytosis.
The peripheral smear examination showed anisopoikilocytosis with macrocytes, microcytes, schistocytes, target cells, basophilic stippling, and hypochromia of RBCs.
Standard laboratory investigations demonstrated mild anisopoikilocytosis, microcytosis, and anemia, consistent with typical heterozygous beta-thalassemic traits.
Red blood cells showed anisopoikilocytosis with the predominantly normocytic normochromic picture [Figure 1]b.
2%, Peripheral Blood picture showed marked red cell anisopoikilocytosis, drepanocytes, with fare number of Narmoblasts (7NRBC/100 RBC).
The peripheral blood film of Beta thalssemia major cases revealed marked anisopoikilocytosis with red cells fragmentation and nucleated red blood cells.
A blood film showed marked anaemia with red cell anisopoikilocytosis, prominent tear drop cells and neutropenia with normal white cell morphology.
Peripheral blood smear of thalassaemic children showed mild anisopoikilocytosis and fragmentation.
Blood smear showed a bizarre red cells\' morphology with marked anisopoikilocytosis, and a few nucleated red cells.
The peripheral blood smear showed mild anisopoikilocytosis and no myeloid or lymphocytic immaturity.
A peripheral blood smear showed scattered target and sickle cells, rare nucleated red cells, and mild anisopoikilocytosis.