One Plasma Cell and 1 Proerythroblast. Early erythroblasts have a deep blue cytoplasm, and a coarse nuclear chromatin similar to plasma cells, but differ in having a high nuclear/cytoplasmic ratio and a centrally located nucleus in a round shaped cell. Also, they usually lack cytoplasmic vacuoles. Normal marrow - 100X
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