Laboratory blood analysis is one of the most important routine diagnostic procedures in a clinical lab. Hematologists routinely investigate peripheral blood smears on glass slides with a microscope to find abnormalities in morphological characteristics of cells and tissues indicating hematological diseases or to look for blood parasites, such as those found for malaria and filariasis. So what is needed to carry out microscopic blood examinations?
In this quick guide, read about:
- blood components and their function
- the role of microscopy in hematology
- staining methods in hematology
- recommended microscopy equipment for hematology
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