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Peripheral Blood Smear Staining & Examination – Multiple Choice Questions

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Q.) The fixative present in Leishman stain is

Q.) Bite cells are seen in

Q.) All of the following can be seen in the peripheral blood smear EXCEPT

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Q.) In Leishman staining procedure, after the undiluted stain is added to the entire upper surface of smear, waiting for 2 minutes before pouring buffered water is

Q.) Basophilic stippling of red blood cells is a characteristic feature of

Q.) Tear drop cells are seen in

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Q.) The Type of RBC seen in abetalipoproteinemia is

Q.) Macro-ovalocytes are seen in

Q.) The most common cause of macrocytosis is

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Q.) Schistocytes are

Q.) Shrunken red cells with pointed projections over cell surface are called as

Q.) The feature typical of Non-Megaloblastic type of Macrocytic anemia is

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Q.) All of the following are Romanowsky stains EXCEPT

Q.) Hemoglobin H inclusions are seen in

Q.) Howell-Jolly bodies are seen in

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