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A computer program for recognition of normal and pathologic blood and bone marrow cells



A computer program for recognition of normal and pathologic blood and bone marrow cells



Annales de Biologie Clinique 45(3): 263-267



A computer program to identify normal and pathological blood and marrow cells is presented. It requires an analysis of cellular morphology according to ten simple criteria. These criteria are treated by the Bayesian method; then the program offers, in decreasing order, the cells which are best classified. The responses are analyzed and discussed. This program seems to be well suitable to a computer-assisted teaching (CAT) of cytology. It supplements effectively the traditional methods.

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