How good are you with haematological cells?
You are attending a haematology lecture at a postgraduate centre and during the coffee break, you have an informal chat with the lecturer. You discuss the interesting points that you have learned during the presentation which mainly looked at cells and normal and abnormal clinical findings in haematology practice. However during the discussion you make one mistake which is quickly corrected by the lecturer. Which of the following statements is the mistake?
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