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Eosinophil
-Contain bright orange-red spherical granules.

-Granules are of the same size, are usually evenly distributed and rarely overlie the nucleus.

-The earliest recognizable phase of eosinophil is the myelocyte.

-Cell size, shape and nuclear maturation mimic the neutrophils.

-The eosinophilic granules are larger than granules in neutrophils and this aids in the idenfication when stain quality is questionable.

Eosinophil : 1000X

 

 

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