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Platelet Esoteric Testing

A Case Study

Differential Diagnoses of Gray Platelets

Slide 26

June 2010

However, hypogranular or gray platelets can be seen in other acquired or congenital conditions. The acquired conditions include myelodysplastic syndrome(MDS) or myocardial infarction, and hypersplenism. The congenital conditions include alpha-delta granule deficiency, GATA-1 mutation associated platelet disorder, gray platelet syndrome, white platelet syndrome, Medich platelet disorder and Quebec platelet syndrome. Therefore, a systemic approach is needed to reach a final diagnosis.

Differential Diagnoses of Gray Platelets


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