Hi guys, I am a new hematology/oncology fellow. I am just learning to review path smears. I would appreciate some clinical pearls and suggestions for resources. e.g. I'm having trouble differentiating the different precursor white cells. I will start with a few I know of - >3 schistos/HPF is concerning - avf no of platelets per HPF x20 = roughly the platelet count - features of BM dysplasia: neutrophils w bilobed nuclei or hyperlobulated nuclei, pale granules in granulocytes - it's easy to find WBCs at the top or bottom edge of the smear Any suggestions would be appreciated.