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wcc - cell names

WCC - hematology cell names white and red

RBC Med size of 3 cells;Pink - stains; shape biconcave disk; other; does not usually contain a nucleus
Platelet smallest of 3 cells; color- purple; other; clumped or concen on the periphary
WBC Largest of 3 cells; color - varies; dark to light purple; other; always has a nucleus
Neutrophil granules; neutral staining granules, light stained cytoplasm - WBC
Eosinophil granules; pink stained granules; segmented nucleus, mature cells - WBC
Basophil granules; stains dark blue to purple; nucleus segmented, but not seen obscured by granules - WBC
Lymphocyte no granules; vary in size; nucleus stains dark purple, round, homogeneously dark; small cytoplasm - WBC
Monocyte no granules; largest; stains blue; vacuoles; nucleus is horse-shoe or curved; nucleus stains lighter purple them lymp - WBC
Created by: wccvettech