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    We provide essential know-how to all participants.

    We provide tailored curriculum for all professional levels from technologists to pathology students and graduates.

    Our course will provide useful education materials for enhanced productivity in the field.


    1st. Normal WBC Classification & Morphology
      Neurophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte, Eosinophil, Basophil characterristics

     Normal cells with morphological changes              Toxic Neutrophil, Reactive Lymphocyte   

     Bone marrow cells in peripheral blood                     Metamyelocyte, Myelocyte, Promyelocyte, NRBC

     Malignant cells                                                                           Dysplastics Neutrophil, Abnormal Lymphocyte,                                                                                                                            Plasma cell, Blast cell

     Cells outside WBC classification                                     Artifact, Not reportable

    2st. WBC Classification Case Studies
      Normal cases                                                                              Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte, Eosinophil                                                                                                                            & Basophil

     Toxic / Dysplastic cases  

     Cases with a variety of nRBC  

     Cases with immature granulocytes                              Metamyelocyte, Myelocyte & Promyelocyte

     Reactive lymphocyte cases 

     Abnormal lymphocyte cases                                            CLL, Prolymphocyte, Hariy cells

     Plasma cell cases

     Blast & APL cases 

    Test &


    Exams are based on WBC classification case studies material.
    Certification is given after all curriculum and exam are completed.


    Please be seated in the classroom 5 minutes before the class.
    All education materials are properties of UIMD.

    No unauthorized copying and distribution of material allowed.

    No food or drink permitted inside the classroom.

    Please refrain from distupting the class (using cellphone, making noise, etc...)



    Atlas of White Blood Cell Morphology Accurate Classification



    Written By Kyungja Han, Changhoon Jeon, Jonghoon Yu, Wonbae Lee


    Published in Sept. 10, 2019


    This Atlas was published to help identify white blood cells accurately and confidently.

    White blood cell images showing as many different morphological variations as possible were included.

    In particular, cells that may have a profound effect on patients with incorrect screening results, even if they were less frequent, included as many images as possible, such as acute whole bone marrow leukemia cells.

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