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The oil immersion field (1000x magnification) on the right is representative of the rest of the peripheral blood smear.
Teardrop cells are present in this field. Using the Guideline for Standard Reports (described on the previous page and included here as a PDF), which report is the most appropriate for documentation of teardrop cells?

Please select the single best answer