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Hemalog-D and manual differential leukocyte counts. A laboratory comparison of results obtained with blood of hospitalized patients



Hemalog-D and manual differential leukocyte counts. A laboratory comparison of results obtained with blood of hospitalized patients



American Journal of Clinical Pathology 64(4): 512-517



A clinical comparison of a new automated cytochemical leukocyte differential analyzer with standard 200-cell manual differential counts showed good agreement. The new apparatus (Hemalog-D) introduces a rapid, precise technic for the differentiation of peripheral-blood leukocytes.

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PMID: 1199973

DOI: 10.1093/ajcp/64.4.512


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