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Absence of schistocytes on the peripheral blood smear does not rule out TTP.
A microscopic examination of quick stained peripheral blood smears (JorvetTM, Dip-Quick Stain, Jorgensen Labs.
Comparison of two platelet count estimation methodologies for peripheral blood smears.
Two siblings were diagnosed as CDS based on physical examination, peripheral blood smear findings, and mutation analysis.
DATA ANALYSIS: Sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value were calculated for each method by comparing the proportion of positive and negative results for each method with the gold standard Leishman stained thick blood smear examination.
On the other hand examination of 180 blood smears (90 each positive and negative) revealed discrepancy in the results of PHCs to the extent of 35 to 43% (Table 3).
Candida albicans blastoconidia in peripheral blood smears from non-neutropenic surgical patients.
Blood smear (percent parasitemia unknown) and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test results were positive for P.
Daily review of abnormal blood smears involves residents in the operations of the laboratory and requires them to integrate blood smear findings with automated analyzer outputs, technologist interpretations, and clinical information.
Persons suspected of having malaria but whose blood smears do not demonstrate the presence of parasites should have blood smears repeated approximately every 12-24 hours for 3 consecutive days.
Blood smear examination showed RBC cytoplasm filled with micro and macro-gametocytes in different shapes of accumulation.
Morphological examination of a peripheral blood smear is still an essential component in the detection of hematological diseases.