Full case/ Morphology

The addition of microscopic evaluation of cases gives HematoLogics the ability to interpret cases completely. Morphologic interpretation is of vital importance, especially in cases of MDS, lymphoma, and plasma cell neoplasia.

In MDS, the erythroid and megakaryocytic features are critical, as these lineages are not currently evaluable by flow cytometry. In lymphoma, partial involvement by lymphoma is important to document and other modalities cannot determine the architectural distribution of disease.

In plasma cell neoplasia, the number of plasma cells and their distribution is important in sub classifying MGUS, smoldering myeloma and plasma cell myeloma; this sub classification is critical in determining treatment requirements.

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