Mott Cell, binucleated early megakaryocyte

One Mott Cell (plasma cell with vacuoles). 1 Binucleated Early Megakaryocyte with an extensive Golgi area where early granulation is occurring. The nuclear chromatin is less dense than in plasma cells. Five mature lymphocytes, smudge nuclei and 2 late NRBC are in the field. One NRBC is at lower right of the Mott cell. Compare its nuclear chromatin and cytoplasmic color with the lymphocytes. Autoimmune hemolytic anemia. Marrow - 100X


Image ID: 0148-031

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