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Fig. 4. (A) Specimen obtained with a 25-gauge ocutome at a cutting rate of 0 cuts per minute (CPM) with well-preserved red blood cells (RBCs) and white blood cells (WBCs) with good cellularity. (B) Specimen obtained with a 25-gauge ocutome at a cutting rate of 800 CPM with well-preserved RBCs and WBCs with good cellularity. (C) Specimen obtained with a 25-gauge ocutome at a cutting rate of 8,000 CPM. Some RBCs were destroyed and WBCs were normal. (D) Specimen obtained with a 27-gauge ocutome at a cutting rate of 8,000 CPM. Most RBCs were destroyed. The WBC that appears to be a macrophage is damaged (yellow arrow), and another WBC appears to be normal (black arrow). Wright Giemsa stain at ×400. All specimens were examined by one pathologist (H.S.M.).
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