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-Slightly smaller than myelocytes

-Nucleus may be central of eccentric but is usually indented (by definition, to less than half of the distance to the farthest nuclear margin). This gives the nucleus the kidney bean shape. Occasionally the nucleus is flattened.

-The N:C ratio is 1.5:1 to 1:1.

-There are few primary granules and many secondary granules.

Metamyelocyte : 1000X