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Recap Microgranular (hypogranular) APL: The blasts are often more numerous and have a very distinct appearance - most commonly a bi-lobed nucleus where the very soft chromatin makes the appearance almost transparent. There is little or no granulation in most cells, although occasional hypergranular forms may be detected.