ERYTROCYTES WITH NUCLEAR REMNANTS
Howell - Jolly Bodies
Nuclear Dust In Erythrocytes
Basophilic rings or loops, remnants of the nuclear membranes.
Purplish rings, figures-of-eight, incomplete rings or similar configurations of a reddish-violet fine filament appearing in the center or near the periphery of erythrocytes.
Cabot’s rings have been described in pernicious anemia, lead poisoning, leukemia, alcoholic jaundice, and in some forms of severe anemia. They can be seen in patients taking cytostatics.