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Articles by Alan Rebar, DVM, PhD, DACVP

Alan Rebar, DVM, PhD, DACVP


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Correction: Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon
March 1, 2005

In the article "Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon" in the December 2004 issue, the last sentence in the section titled "Is there a left shift present?" on page 1036 should read, "If the narrowest portion [of the nucleus] is greater than one-third of the widest portion, the cell is classified as a band cell or an immature neutrophil."

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: Preparing the film
December 1, 2004

A peripheral blood film evaluation should be part of all complete blood counts, regardless of whether hematology is performed in-house or at a reference laboratory.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon
December 1, 2004

In this article, we again use a question-based format to guide you in evaluating the leukon by assessing white blood cell numbers and morphology.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The erythron and thrombon
December 1, 2004

Evaluating a peripheral blood film validates cell counts performed by hematology analyzers, plus it offers valuable diagnostic information relayed by erythrocytes, platelets, and leukocytes.

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