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Pseudo-Pelger's nuclear anomalies

Pseudo-Pelger's nuclear anomalies

These so-called 'pseudo-Pelger's nuclear anomalies' with abnormal chromatin condensation and/or deficient nuclear segmentation are often found with viral infections, after chemotherapy, or with a myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). Conversely, the true Pelger's nuclear anomaly is hereditary and without pathological significance.

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