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Examination of the bone marrow has regularly been, and to-date strategies whose program will unquestionably to a wide quantity nonetheless is, in the area of the haema­ raise sooner or later. tologist. it is because smears of bone marrow aspirates After long discussions and enquiries, the realization including peripheral blood motion pictures and result of different was once reached that the magnifications of lots of the assessments and investigations supplied the data on which illustrations will be passed over with out detracting from the usefulness of the Atlas. The magnifications used are the scientific analysis was once dependent. lately, the frequent availability of either stronger indicated in Fig. 1.25. furthermore, no longer each aspect specif­ biopsy needles and strategies for processing has drastically ically indicated in a determine or its legend is unavoidably elevated the variety of generally taken bone biopsies pointed out within the textual content; and sometimes a variety of observations and put the exam of bone marrow biopsy is illustrated and in those instances the legends are self­ sectiors additionally within the box of histopathology - in order that explanatory. this Atlas is among the present Histopathology sequence. This Atlas is directed to haematologists and to histo­ for this reason, the haematologist and the histopathologist pathologists and to somebody drawn to the research now supplement one another within the interpretation of bone and realizing of the human bone marrow. marrow smears, imprints and sections, therefore using all on hand details and services to reach at a diagnosis.

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Lymphoid-like. immature megakaryocytes. which cannot be identified in routinely processed biopsies. Another example is provided by cases of M OS and chronic leukaemias. in which the number of macrophages and monocytes detected immunohistochemically is usually greater than that in routinely processed and stained sections. The immunohistochemical investigation of frozen sections therefore gives a more complete picture and a deeper insight into the biological processes of various diseases. and into the functional state of the neoplastic tissue.

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