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n. drepanocito, glóbulo rojo de células falciformes.
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2] include the following: For hematology--presence of blasts in the blood smear; new diagnosis or findings of leukemia; presence of drepanocytes (sickle cells); atypical lymphocytes, or abnormal reticulocyte count; abnormal erythrocyte indices (mean corpuscular volume, mean corpuscular hemoglobin, mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration).
An autopsy showed hepatic panacinar necrosis, erythrophagocytosis of Kupffer cells, and severe decrease of splenic lymphoid tissue (functional asplenia) with multiple drepanocytes and splenic sequestration, but no signs of yellow fever or malaria (online Technical Appendix Figure, http://wwwnc.
2%, Peripheral Blood picture showed marked red cell anisopoikilocytosis, drepanocytes, with fare number of Narmoblasts (7NRBC/100 RBC).
In the examinations of abnormal shapes of erythrocytes, only microcytes, macrocytes, echinocytes and drepanocytes were discerned sporadically, once in several microscopic fields.