Abstract

Cuadra, Manuel: Selenoid (crescent) bodies. Blood 13:258-265 (March), 1958.

On p. 260, line 7, the statement is made:

"Selenoid bodies with their inseparable components of central vacuole (‘vesicle’) and pink crescent (‘lunula’) were found in small numbers in normal blood and occurred in very large numbers in cases of acute hemolytic anemias8; they are apparently related to the physiologic and pathologic destruction of erythrocytes."

The author desires it to read:

"The stromata of the erythrocytes appeared in the shape of a red disc and were clearly differentiated from erythrocytes; they were found in small numbers in normal blood and occurred in very large numbers in cases of acute hemolytic anemias8; they are apparently related to the physiologic and pathologic destruction of erythrocytes."

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