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Large granular lymphocytic leukemia (LGL): rare form of leukemia secondary to lymphoma. Primary tumors (large granular lymphosarcoma) usually arise in the abdominal cavity (spleen, liver, GI tract, lymph nodes). Secondary… Read more LGL


Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL): increased numbers of small mature lymphocytes with normal morphology on blood smear. CLL may look identical to non-neoplastic lymphocytosis on visual evaluation (non-neoplastic causes of lymphocytosis… Read more CLL


Acute lymphocytic/lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): markedly increased numbers of immature lymphoblasts on blood smear (lymphocytosis usually greater than 150 x 109/L). Lymphoblasts are large cells with prominent nucleoli and dark blue… Read more ALL


Avian: mature erythrocytes are oval cells with pink-orange cytoplasm and a dark blue nucleus located centrally. Immature erythrocytes have a round shape, a lighter blue nucleus, and light blue cytoplasm. Avian erythrocytes… Read more Exotics