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Hematology Exam 4.

Leukopoiesis & Functions

Stage Cell Formed/Phase Cell Characteristics
First Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Myeloblast Phase Finely reticular nuclear chromatin, Light staining nuclei, Small rim of basophilic stippling w/ NO granules, & Auer Rods present
Second Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Promyelocyte Phase Chromatin more condensed, Nucleoli present w/round nuclear shape, Cytoplasm pale blue grey & Prominent granules present all over the cell & nucleus
Third Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Myelocyte Phase Specific cytoplasmic granulation, Clumped chromatin, Nucleus more oval & NO nucleoli
Fourth Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Metamyelocyte Phase Last stage of proliferative. Nucleus starts to form kidney bean shaped, Chromatin dense or clumped, Specific granulation becomes most distinguishing feature
Fifth Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Band Cell Final maturation stage before segments of nucleus form, Elongated nucleus
Last Stage of Myeloid Cell Development Segmented Mature Cell Several lobed nucleus w/ threadlike attachments, Specific granulation seen
First Stage of Monocytic Cell Development Monoblasts Central or eccentric nucleus, may show folding. Cytoplasm is agranular, stains
Second Stage of Monocytic Cell Development Promonocytes
Last Stage of Monocytic Cell Development Monocytes
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