2 Performing a Blood Count.
3 Morphology of Blood Cells.
4 Detecting Erroneous Blood Counts.
5 Normal Ranges.
6 Quantitative Changes in Blood Cells.
7 Important Supplementary Tests.
8 Disorders of Red Cells and Platelets.
9 Disorders of White Cells.
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European Journal of Haematology
- Provides essential information on methods of collection, blood film preparation and staining, together with the principles of manual and automated blood counts
- Completely revised and updated, incorporating much newly published information: now includes advice on further tests when a specific diagnosis is suspected
- Four hundred high quality photographs to aid with blood cell identification
- Highlights the purpose and clinical relevance of haematology laboratory tests throughout