Valores hematológicos do gavião carijó Buteo magnirostris (GMELIN, 1788) (AVE, FALCONIFORME)
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Santos, A. A., Joper, A. A., & Egami, M. I. (2017). Valores hematológicos do gavião carijó Buteo magnirostris (GMELIN, 1788) (AVE, FALCONIFORME). Acta Scientiae Biological Research, 2(1), 43–54. https://doi.org/10.19141/2526-169X.actascientiae.v2.n1.p43-54

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RESUMO: Os animais utilizados neste trabalho foram fornecidos pelo Departamento de Parque de Área Verde (SP). As amostras de sangue foram colhidas entre agosto de 1999 a novembro de 2001 e determinados os seguintes parâmetros hematológicos: contagem total de eritrócitos (Er), hematócrito (Ht), taxa de hemoglobina (Hb), contagem total e diferencial de leucócitos, índices hematimétricos absolutos VCM e CHCM. Foi realizada também a descrição morfológica das células sanguíneas em extensões sanguíneas após aplicação do método de Leishman. Os valores referentes à série eritrocítica apresentaram as seguintes médias: Er= 2,62 ± 0.48 x 106/µL; Ht=43,16 ± 11,19%; Hb= 14,59 ± 3,38g/dl; VCM=166,33 fL; CHCM= 33,84 ± 2,55g/dl e àqueles referentes a contagem de leucócitos apresentaram média: Lc= 3,95 ± 2,06 x 103/µL; Ht=45,33 ± 9,48%; Eo=17,66 ± 10,40%; B=7,3 ± 3,05%; L= 27,33 ± 11,53% e M= 2 ± 2,30%. Foram observados eritrócitos elípticos, com núcleo heterocromático alongado e citoplasma acidófilo; trombócitos elípticos com núcleo basófilo, cromatina condensada e citoplasma hialino; heterófilos esféricos, com núcleo lobulado e presença de grânulos acidófilos fusiformes; eosinófilos esféricos com núcleo lobulado apresentando grânulos eosinófilos esféricos; basófilos com núcleo volumoso e grânulos basófilos; linfócitos de aspecto irregular, com núcleo esférico e grânulos azurófilos; monócitos esféricos, com núcleo reniforme, cromatina frouxa, nucléolo visível e grânulos azurófilos finos.

Palavras-chave: Gavião Carijó; Buteo magnirostris; Hematologia.

 

ABSTRACT: The animals used in this study were provided by the Green Area Park Department (SP). Blood samples were collected from August 1999 to November 2001 and determined the following hematological parameters: total count of erythrocytes (Er), hematocrit (Ht), hemoglobin (Hb), total count and differential leukocyte count, erythrocyte indices absolute MCV and MCHC. It also performed the morphological description of the blood cells in blood smears after application of Leishman method. The figures for the erythrocyte series presented the following averages: Er = 2.62 ± 0:48 x 106 / µL; Ht = 43.16 ± 11.19%; Hb = 14.59 ± 3,38g / dl; VCM = 166.33 fL; MCHC = 33.84 ± 2.55g / dl and those related to leukocyte count showed average: Lc = 3.95 ± 2.06 x 103 / µL; Ht = 45.33 ± 9.48%; And = 17.66 ± 10.40%; B = 7.3 ± 3.05%; L = 27.33 ± 11.53% and M = 2 ± 2.30%. erythrocytes were observed elliptical, with elongated heterochromatic nucleus and cytoplasm acidophilus; thrombocytes Elliptical with basophil nucleus, condensed chromatin and hyaline cytoplasm; Spherical heterophile with lobed nucleus and presence of acidophilic spindle granules; eosinophil-lobed spherical core having eosinophils spherical granules; basophils with large nuclei and basophil granules; irregular aspect of lymphocytes, with spherical core and azurophilic granules; Spherical monocyte, a kidney-shaped core, loose chromatin and nucleoli visible fine azurophilic granules.

Keywords: Sparrowhawk Carijó; Buteo magnirostris; Hematology.

https://doi.org/10.19141/2526-169X.actascientiae.v2.n1.p43-54
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