Omega-3 and omega-6 Fatty acids in blood and breast tissue of high-risk women and association with atypical cytomorphology
In Costa Rica, past reports of human cases of ehrlichiosis were diagnosed solely by clinical evaluation and cytomorphology
(2,3); recent studies have detected E.
of six species of gambusiine fishes.
A correct diagnosis of ChRCC may be possible on cytomorphology
along with a Hale's colloidal iron stain and confirmed by immunohistochemical and FISH analysis in difficult cases.
1,2,6] Although FNAB is simple, cost effective and safe, cytomorphology
is not specific and microbiological cultures for speciation and drug sensitivity are required.
The anal Pap smear: cytomorphology
of squamous intraepithelial lesions.
Blood samples were obtained from 16 patients diagnosed with acute leukemia based on their cytomorphology
, 764 histochemistry, and cellular immunology Peripheral blood was collected from the patients on days 0, 1, 3, and 5 of chemotherapy.
It seems that classical cytomorphology
has brought the field about as far as it can go.
However, once considered, the cytomorphology
in the peripheral blood and bone marrow is a reliable diagnostic starting point for an experienced haematologist.
, immunohistochemistry and electron microscopy.
Currently, a variety of techniques are available to characterize leukemia types, including traditional Sanger capillary sequencing, cytogenetics, and cytomorphology
, but are expensive, time-consuming and, in some instances, fail to offer the depth of analysis or sensitivity enabled by next-gen sequencing.
of Pennsylvania) present the basic elements of cytomorphology
using high-resolution, color photomicrographs to illustrate the facets and attributes of benign and malignant disease processes and help with interpretation of both cytologic and small tissue specimens presented in subsequent volumes.