A hematology microscope is used for the study of blood, blood disease, and blood disorders. Some of these diseases and disorders include blood clots, hemophilia, leukemia, sickle cell anemia, lymphoma, and blood parasites. The hematologist or laboratory technician uses the hematology microscope to look for red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets. Many times, phase contrast microscopes are used with counting chambers and hectometers to count the blood cells and allow them to differentiate between normal and abnormal cells.
Often used in hospitals or laboratories to analyze blood cells for diseases or disorders, hematology microscopes allow scientists or analysts to view any abnormalities which lead to a medical diagnosis. A simple technique is used by the hematologist or lab technician by smearing blood cells thinly onto glass hematology microscope slides to allow individual cell types to be recognized and counted with the proper staining techniques. The use of a 50x Oil is an important objective magnification found on hematology microscopes.
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