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Intracellullar RBC inclusions: Case Study One
A twenty-five-year-old asplenic male with disseminated lymphoma is admitted to the hospital. A CBC is ordered, and a peripheral blood smear is triggered for review. The image on the right is a representative field from the blood smear. What RBC inclusion is indicated by the arrow?

Please select the single best answer