Plasmacytoid, plasma cell, severe arthritis, osteoporosis

Left frame: 1 Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with several vacuoles and a contorted nucleus, 1 monocyte with a band shaped nucleus.
Center frame: 1 small lymphocyte partially smudged, 1 small Plasmacytoid Lymphocyte with multiple vacuoles. Compare the nuclear chromatin of the two cells.
Right frame: 1 mature neutrophil, 2 Plasma Cells. The cell on the left could also be called a plasmacytoid lymphocyte since the nucleus is centrally located.
Severe arthritis with osteoporosis blood - 100X


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