By Harald Klaus Theml, Heinz Diem, Torsten Haferlach
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In mature basophils, which are relatively small, these granules often overlie the two compact nuclear segments like blackberries. However, they easily dissolve in water, leaving behind faintly pink stained vacuoles. Close relations of basophilic granulocytes are tissue basophils or tissue mast cells—but these are never found in blood. Tissue basophils have a round nucleus underneath large basophilic granules. Diagnostic Implications. In line with their role in anaphylactic reactions (p. 5), elevated basophil counts are seen above all in hypersensitivity reactions of various kinds.
Distribution and Cell Quality in Granulopoiesis. The same principle is valid as for erythropoiesis: the more mature the cells, the greater proportion of the series they make up. A left shift indicates a greater than normal proportion of immature cells and a right shift a greater than normal proportion of mature cells (Table 4). , the nucleus shows the structure of a myelocyte while the cytoplasm is still strongly basophilic. In malignancies, the picture is dominated by blasts, which may often be difficult to identify with any certainty.
5–2 per view field during screening at low magnification. Ratios of Red Cell Series to White Cell Series. In the final analysis, bone marrow cytology allows a quantitative assessment only in relative terms. The important ratio of red precursor cells to white cells is 1 : 2 for men and 1 : 3 for women. Shifts towards erythropoiesis are seen in all regenerative anemias (hemorrhagic anemia, iron deficiency anemia, vitamin deficiency anemia, and hemolysis), pseudopolycythemia (Gaisböck syndrome), and polycythemia, also in rare pseudo-regenerative disorders, such as sideroachrestic anemia and myelodysplasias.