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1967 478
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1975 890
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1978 804
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1980 1041
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1984 1332
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2002 2249
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Feline Differential Leukocyte Count with ProCyte Dx: Frequency and Severity of a Neutrophil-Lymphocyte Error and How to Avoid It.
Tvedten HW, et al. J Vet Intern Med 2017. PMID 28862354 Free PMC article.
METHODS: ProCyte differential leukocyte counts were compared to 2 reference methods: Advia 2120 hematology instrument and manual enumeration. ...Users must reject automated differential leukocyte count results when the WBC dot plot appears overtly incorrect. Rejection based only on ProCyte WBC error flag was insufficient....
METHODS: ProCyte differential leukocyte counts were compared to 2 reference methods: Advia 2120 hematology instrument and manual enum …
Revision in reference ranges of peripheral total leukocyte count and differential leukocyte percentages based on a normal serum C-reactive protein level.
Huang ZS, et al. J Formos Med Assoc 2007. PMID 17711793 Free article.
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: A higher total leukocyte count is a predictor of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular morbidity. The currently used reference range for peripheral total leukocyte count is wide (4.5-11.0 x 10(9)/L) and is associated with a low sensitivity in identifying non-infectious chronic diseases. ...Those whose leukocyte analysis had been checked with the Sysmex Cell Counter NE-9000 were enrolled. RESULTS: Significantly positive relationships between CRP level and total leukocyte count, neutrophil percentage, and monocyte percentage were found in all subjects (n = 14,114; p < 0.0001). ...
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: A higher total leukocyte count is a predictor of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular morbidity. The currently …
Differential leukocyte count: manual or automated, what should it be?
Hyun BH, et al. Yonsei Med J 1991 - Review. PMID 1812649 Free article.
Today's automated hematology analyzers capable of performing a full CBC and a differential leukocyte count (DLC) on whole blood, particularly in a closed tube system, using cytochemistry or impedance-based flow cytometry technology coupled with laser light scattering, conductivity and/or differential cell lysis, are here to stay. ...
Today's automated hematology analyzers capable of performing a full CBC and a differential leukocyte count (DLC) on whole blood, part …
Efficient leukocyte segmentation and recognition in peripheral blood image.
Shirazi SH, et al. Technol Health Care 2016. PMID 26835726
However, machine based automatic analysis of leukocyte is a powerful tool that could reduce the human errors, improve the accuracy, and minimize the required time for blood cell analysis. However, leukocyte segmentation is a challenging process due to the complexity of the blood cell image; therefore, this task remains unresolved issue in the blood cell segmentation. ...
However, machine based automatic analysis of leukocyte is a powerful tool that could reduce the human errors, improve the accuracy, a …
Measurement uncertainty in manual differential leukocyte counting.
Fuentes-Arderiu X and Dot-Bach D. Clin Chem Lab Med 2009. PMID 19072029
BACKGROUND: One of the most frequently requested examinations in the clinical laboratory is the differential leukocyte count. Despite many technological improvements, thousands of differential leukocyte counts are made by microscopic examination of a blood smear, counting 100 leukocytes and expressing the fraction of the specific leukocyte types as percentages (rounded to integer values) of the total leukocyte count. ...
BACKGROUND: One of the most frequently requested examinations in the clinical laboratory is the differential leukocyte count. Despite …
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