Binucleated Plasma Cell, normal marrow

One Binucleated Plasma Cell. Its nuclear chromatin is less dense than often seen. The blue nuclear inclusion may be a residual nucleolus that has been uncovered. A small lymphocyte lies above it. The blue cell to their left is a red cell that ejected its nucleus while still an early stage (basophilic/polychromatic). Normal marrow - 100X


Image ID: 0148-012

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