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Bone marrow histology showing altered bone marrow architecture and pronounced dysplasia

Bone marrow histology showing altered bone marrow architecture and pronounced dysplasia

Bone marrow histology (Giemsa stain) of a patient showing altered bone marrow architecture and pronounced dysplasia (for example, the erythroblasts are too large and erythropoiesis cannot be clearly separated from granulopoiesis). The percentage of blast cells is between 10 and 20%. Diagnosis is RAEB-2. (Often the percentage of blast cells can be better determined in bone marrow cytology.)

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