By John W. Harvey
This colour atlas is designed as a reference for the morphologic features of veterinary hematology of universal household animals. It covers numerous species, together with canine, cats, horses, farm animals, sheep, goats, pigs and llamas. The atlas is split into sections, the 1st covers blood, whereas the second one discusses bone marrow. options for the gathering and coaching of blood and bone marrow spears and bone marrow center biopsies are lined as well as the morphology of the tissues amassed. usually, a number of examples of a phone sort or irregular are proven to demonstrate the variance in morphology.
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Conrad. Wright Stain. C. Single Babesia felis organisms D. Two Babesia in three erythrocytes in blood from a domestic cat from South Africa. Wright stain. bigemina organisms in an erythrocyte from a cow. Wright-Giemsa stain. E. A single Babesia equi organism in one erythrocyte (top) and a Maltese cross of four organisms in another erythrocyte (bottom) in blood from a horse. Wright-Giemsa stain. F. Single Theileria buffeli-like organisms in two erythrocytes in blood from a pregnant Simmental cow.
D. Erythrocyte (left) containing a Howell-Jolly body (spherical nuclear remnant) in blood from a cat. Wright-Giemsa stain. E. Three Howell-Jolly bodies in blood from a dog being treated with glucocorticoid steroids. Wright-Giemsa stain. F. A large polychromatophilic erythrocyte (top), erythrocyte "ghost" containing a Heinz body (bottom), and an intact erythrocyte containing a Heinz body projecting from its surface (right) in blood from a dog with a hemolytic anemia resulting from the ingestion of several pennies containing zinc.
Wright stain. F. Neutrophil with cytoplasmic granules in the blood of an 8-month-old domestic shorthair cat with inherited mucopolysaccharidosis type VII. A. Thrall, L. Yap, S. Gardner, and D. Wenger. Wright stain. G. Neutrophil with cytoplasmic granules in the blood of a 3-month-old German shepherd dog with inherited mucopolysaccharidosis type VII. Photograph of a stained blood film from a 1997 ASVCP slide review case submitted by OJ. C. S. Latimer, H. P. Carmichael. Wright stain. I. Neutrophil with reddish cytoplasmic cat with inherited GM2-gangliosidosis.