What is CellaVision differential?
CellaVision™ DM96 is an automated device for the differential counting of white blood cells (WBCs) and characterization of red blood cells (RBCs).
What is CellaVision hematology?
We help hematology laboratories automate and simplify the process of performing blood and body fluid differentials. We help hematology laboratories automate and simplify the process of performing blood and body fluid differentials.
How does CellaVision work?
The CellaVision way of working promotes proficiency by providing reference cell images, by presenting cells in complete groups side-by-side, and by creating a collaborative environment where technologists learn from real-time consultation with their colleagues, supervisor and morphology experts.
What does CBC with differential abnormal mean?
Abnormal results of a CBC differential: Certain medical disorders can cause your bone marrow to produce abnormal counts of white blood cells. [1:1] Increased number of neutrophils: Your bone marrow may make a higher number of neutrophils if you have a bacterial infection or are experiencing acute stress or trauma.
What does Metamyelocytes mean?
A metamyelocyte is a cell undergoing granulopoiesis, derived from a myelocyte, and leading to a band cell. It is characterized by the appearance of a bent nucleus, cytoplasmic granules, and the absence of visible nucleoli. (If the nucleus is not yet bent, then it is likely a myelocyte.)
What does CBC with diff check for?
A CBC Test with Differential and Platelets is a broad screening test to check for such disorders as anemia, infection, and many other diseases.
What is the normal range for metamyelocytes?
Neutrophils/bands: 50-75% Lymphocytes: 18-42% Monocytes: 2-11% Eosinophils: 1-3% Basophils: 0-2% Metamyelocytes: <1% Myelocytes: <0.5% An interpretive report will be provided.
What are metamyelocytes indicative of?
Occasional metamyelocytes and myelocytes may be seen but their presence in peripheral blood usually indicates infection, inflammation or a primary bone marrow process. The presence of progranulocytes or blast forms in the peripheral blood always indicates a serious disease process is present.