A peripheral blood smear picture showing a dimorphic population of red blood cells: hypochromic, microcytic red blood cells, schistocytes, and tear cells next to normochromic, normocytic RBCs (50X oil immersion).
An image from a peripheral blood smear demonstrating blue dohle body-like inclusions in three neutrophils and a few large/giant platelets seen in a patient with May-Hegglin anomaly (50X oil immersion).
An image from a peripheral blood smear demonstrating pappenheimer bodies, red blood cell agglutination, spherocytes, polychromasia, and Howell-Jolly bodies (100X oil immersion). A giant platelet is also present (top).
An image from a peripheral blood smear showing tears, elliptocytes, schistocytes, and a giant platelet seen in patients with primary myelofibrosis (50X oil immersion). A neutrophil (right) and monocyte (left) are also present.