A SIMPLE AND PRECISE METHOD OF DIFFERENTIAL LEUKOCYTE COUNTING WHERE THE WHITE CELLS ARE GREATLY INCREASED
In a recent case of splenomyelogenous leukemia in which the leukocytes approached 350,000 per c.mm. the great abundance of white cells in the stained spread made an accurate differential count almost impossible. After some delay, however, the task was easily and accurately carried out by cutting a square from the end of a microscopic slide of just the exact size to fit within the eyepiece and rest on its diaphragm.
With a glazier's diamond, and by most delicate pressure, four lines were...