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Figure 1: (A) Low-power view of a whole slide image of an entire blood smear stained by Brilliant Cresyl Blue obtained using ×40 objective on the Hamamatsu NanoZoomer S60™. (B1) Image of a case of HbH disease obtained using ×40 objective on the Precipoint™ slide scanner. (B2) The same image as in b1, as observed using digital magnification to ×80 showing preservation of cellular details and HbH inclusion bodies within numerous red cells. (B3-6) Images of a representative HbH inclusion positive red cell typically seen in alpha thalassemia trait obtained using ×40 objective on the OlympusTM imaging system at three different digital magnifications, showing the intracellular inclusions in detail. HbH: Hemoglobin H

Figure 1: (A) Low-power view of a whole slide image of an entire blood smear stained by Brilliant Cresyl Blue obtained using ×40 objective on the Hamamatsu NanoZoomer S60™. (B1) Image of a case of HbH disease obtained using ×40 objective on the Precipoint™ slide scanner. (B2) The same image as in b1, as observed using digital magnification to ×80 showing preservation of cellular details and HbH inclusion bodies within numerous red cells. (B3-6) Images of a representative HbH inclusion positive red cell typically seen in alpha thalassemia trait obtained using ×40 objective on the Olympus<sup>TM</sup> imaging system at three different digital magnifications, showing the intracellular inclusions in detail. HbH: Hemoglobin H