nucleated erythrocyte

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nucleated erythrocyte

A red cell with a nucleus, which is usually lysed before the reticulocyte stage of RBC maturation. Scattered nucleated erythrocytes are a normal finding in the peripheral blood of newborns, but distinctly abnormal in adults and seen in thalassemia major or leukoerythroblastic reactions; in the foetus, > 5/100 NRBCs in the circulation is typically seen with hypoxia.

nucleated

having a nucleus or nuclei.

nucleated erythrocyte
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The tubes were centrifuged at 1,700 x g for 10 min at 4[degrees]C to separate plasma, nucleated cells (including leukocytes and nucleated RBC in cord blood and leukocytes in maternal blood), and RBC within 24 h after collection.
Peripheral smear picture: RBC are Normocytic, Macrocytic, and Normochromic, Nucleated RBC 5/100, a few polychromatophils are seen, WBC showing over whelming, leukocytosis with shift to left.
Histological examination is the main tool in the diagnosis of molar pregnancy including the degree of trophoblastic hyperplasia, villous contours and scalloping, presence of distinct cisterns, trophoblastic inclusions, and presence or absence of nucleated RBC in fetal vessels.
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4% reliability of the flags for immature granulocytes or left shift, 57% for nucleated RBC and atypical lymphocytes, and 80% for blast cells.
Another technological advance was the use of fluorescence by a nuclear stain for identifying and enumerating nucleated RBC, apart from WBC.
In all cases Red blood cell (RBC) morphology showed anisopoikilocytosis, polychromasia, target cells, fragmented RBC, microcytic/hypochromic blood picture, and nucleated RBC ranging from 2 to 16 /100 WBC(Table 2).
At the first station, the digital imaging is performed at low magnification to count RBCs, WBCs, platelets, and nucleated RBCs.
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For unusual WBCs and nucleated RBCs, sensitivity and specificity were 100% and 97% respectively.