Interpretation of peripheral blood smear - OSCE in Pediatrics

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The following PowerPoint covers the Examination and Interpretation of peripheral smear for Pediatric OSCE examinations. Detailed knowledge on interpretation full blood count and peripheral smear is important for OSCE as well as viva questions in clinical exam. These slides cover

  1. Normal peripheral smear images and interpretation
  2. Abnormal cells on peripheral smear
  3. Common parasitic infections
  4. Sickle cell screening test
  5. Osmotic fragility test

Here is part 2 - Interpretation of normal and abnormal blood film

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