Dry Blood Sample
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  Dry Blood Sample
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Trinocular Port using 40x Objective
  Dry Blood Layer
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  Normal Dry Blood Sample
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Normal Dry Blood Sample
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  Normal Dry Blood Sample
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Trinocular Port using 10x Objective
  Dry Blood Layer Sample
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  Dry Blood Sample
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Dry Blood Layer Sample
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  Dry Blood Layer Sample Showing Lake Formation
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  Dry Blood Layer Sample
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  Normal Dry Blood Layer Sample Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 40x Objective
             
     
Dry Blood Layer Sample Showing Lakes Degenerative Stage
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  Normal Dry Blood Sample
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  Normal Dry Blood Sample
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  Normal Dry Blood Layer Sample Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 10x Objective
Brightfield microscopy imaging techniques are used in dry layer blood analysis. Light is transmitted through the specimen, and the resulting image is clear and bright. Although it is an excellent technique for examining dry blood, it fails to provide the images in live blood that are necessary for a proper evaluation.
 


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