The nice people at Lablogatory sent a case study today. You can read it by clicking here. Back in the day we would have described it as aleukaemic leukaemia.
It is one of those cases of acute leukaemia in which the white cell count *doesn’t* go through the roof. Something to bear in mind when you see iffy looking cells. Just because the white cell count isn’t ten times what you might expect doesn’t mean it isn’t leukaemia..