Clinical Hematology; a Practical Guide to the Examination of the Blood with Reference to Diagnosis

Clinical Hematology; a Practical Guide to the Examination of the Blood with Reference to Diagnosis

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The unfixed film is stained for one minute, as much of the solution being used as the cover-glass will hold without spilling. Next, to the staining fluid upon the specimen are added, drop by drop, eight or ten drops of distilled water a€” sufficient to develop a reddish tint at the margins of the cover-glass and a semitrans- lucency in the stain, with a metallic scum on the surface ... eosinophile granules, pink; fine basophile granules, deep blue; and coarse, mast cell granules, deep royal purple.


Title:Clinical Hematology; a Practical Guide to the Examination of the Blood with Reference to Diagnosis
Author: John C Da Costa (jr.)
Publisher: - 1905
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