Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia - Yumizen Hematology Clinical Cases "Chase the Case" #29

Total immaturity of WBCs is of clinical importance to identify the morphologies and classify infections, inflammations, or hematology malignancies. HORIBA’s HELO 2.0* and Yumizen H2500 hematology analyzer not only identify the total immaturity of WBCs by the flag but also provide the total immaturity count as LIC parameter, along with its sub-lineage counts as IMG, IMM, and IML. Here, we present a case of Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia, presenting the utility of the WBC Total Immaturity parameters that support the diagnostic approach for further confirmations and clinical management, improving laboratory efficiency. *HELO: HORIBA Evolutive Laboratory Organisation

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This monthly series will introduce a selected clinical case of Yumizen analyzers sourced from real labs. There, you can see the interpretation of Yumizen flags, alarms, histograms, and matrices for specific diseases. It will help anyone who works at labs and also biology students. Now let's Chase the Case and explore the performance of Yumizen instruments!

HORIBA Medical Chase the Case #29 - Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia