Blood Smears Reinterpreted by Marcel Bessis

By Marcel Bessis

The translation of Blood Smears Reinterpreted used to be began while the French unique was once nonetheless present process revisions. i used to be accorded the oppor­ tunity to question any assertion or flip of word that was once doubtful to me or seemed vulnerable to misinterpretation. it's my desire that accordingly, ambiguities-particularly these inherent in adjustments among American and european ropean usage-have been got rid of and i have no less than ap­ proached the final word aim of any translation: to mirror the author's purpose appropriately whereas last as readable because the unique. past the function of translator, i used to be inspired to imagine the position of critic. for that reason, a few pages or maybe unmarried sentences have been hotly debated, occasionally for hours, as Marcel Bessis insisted that any inter­ pretations on which lets no longer agree could be so indicated. actually our dialogue always led to contract, even though they ended in adjustments of a sentence the following or a note there and, every so often, to the addition of a footnote or a quick paragraph.

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The nucleus may swell beyond the limit of the elasticity of ItS envelope which breaks. The cytoplasm fragments Into multiple droplets. b) Nuclear pyknOSIS: the nucleus becomes smaller as a result of expulsion of nuclear sap. One by one, the cytoplasmic organelles become spherical. c) Karyorrhexis (fragmentation of the nucleus). it begins as an alteration of the surface movements of the cell. When viewed In accelerated time lapse movies, the abnormal nature of cell movements becomes Immediately apparent.

The number of mitochondria and polyribosomes diminishes as the amount of hemoglobin increases. ) The Golgi complex becomes quite small and may contain Iysosomes. Mlcrotubules and microfilaments are few. Ferritin. The dispersed ferritin molecules have become less numerous and slderosomes (conglomerates of femtln molecules) have become larger (see p. 34). Rhopheocytosis IS always present and rhopheocytic vesicles are more numerous than in either the preceeding or succeeding stages. Cell movements can sometimes be recognized as a characteristic irregularity of the cell contour as described under light microscopy, particularly In the last stages of maturation of E.

The dispersed ferritin molecules have become less numerous and slderosomes (conglomerates of femtln molecules) have become larger (see p. 34). Rhopheocytosis IS always present and rhopheocytic vesicles are more numerous than in either the preceeding or succeeding stages. Cell movements can sometimes be recognized as a characteristic irregularity of the cell contour as described under light microscopy, particularly In the last stages of maturation of E. (see Fig. 37). In all maturation stages, even E.

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