Immature precursor cell
1) Fibroblast: an elongated cell in connective tissue that is capable of forming collagen fibers
1)Embolism: obstruction of a vessel by an embolus
2) Embolus: A plug composed of a detached thrombus or mass of bacteria that travels through the blood stream and blocks a vessel
Pertaining to, production, orgin
1) Chondrogenic: giving rise to or forming cartilage
Self or same
1) Autolysis: digestion of cells or tissues by cells own enzymes.
2) Autotrophic: self nourishing; pertaining to the ability of an organism to produce its own nutrients.
1) Cardiomegaly or Megacardia: enlargement of the heart
2) Megakaryocyte: a large cell in the bone marrow that has irregularly shaped, multilobed nucleus, and produces platelets.
Nucleus of cell
Karyolysis: Dissolution of the cell nucleus
1) Enucleated or Anuclear: having no nucleus
Bone marrow or Spinal cord
1) Myelitis: -inflammation of the bone marrow.
- inflammation of the spinal cord
2) Myeloid tissue: tissue in bone marrow in which various blood cells are produced.
1) Morphology: the science or study of the form and structure of organisms and their parts
1) Thrombosis: -the presence of an intravascular clot at the site of the formation.
-a formation of a clot with in a vessel of the heart.
2)Thrombus: A blood clot
Before, a precursor for
1) Prothrombin: a substance that is found in blood plasma that is the precursor to thrombin in the coagulation of the blood
1) Pancytopenia: a pronounced reduction in all cellular elements in the blood.
2) Panosteitis: inflammation of the entire bone
Name of an agent that produces the state or object indicated by the word stem.
1) Immunogen: substance which stimulates the production of "active" immunity; also called antigen.
1) Anticonvulsant: agent that prevents/ reduces severity of convulsions.
2) Antimuscarine: inhibiting or preventing actions of muscarine or the effects of the parasympathetic stimulation at neuroeffector junction.
Compound formed in body or in a drug
1) Thrombin: an enzyme formed in the plasma that is involved in blood coagulation.
2) Acetycholine: neurotransmitter that is released at the synapses or parasympathetic nerves and at neuromuscular joints
1) Hypernatremia: abnormally high concentrations of sodium ions in the plasma
2) Naturetic: substance, like a diuretic, that increases excretion of sodium as a result of decreased reabsorption from glomerular filtrate
Other, different from normal
1) Allograft: transplant of tissues from one member of a species to non identicle member of same species.
1) Dromic: relating to the propagation of a nerve impulse along an axon in the normal direction.
Making or Producing
1) Hematopoiesis: the process of formation and development of various types of blood cells and other elements found in plasma.
Condition of excessive bleeding or abnormal discharge
1) Hemorrhaging: excessive bleeding, flow of blood
1) Hyperkalemia: a condition in which there is a greater than normal concentration of potassium ions in the blood
2)Kaluretic: characterized by an increase of potassium in the urine
condition of lack, deficiency
1) Granulocytopenia: A condition in which the number of granulocytes in the blood is lower than normal.
To love, have an affinity for
1) Eosinophil: a white blood cell whose cytoplasmic granduncles stain readily with an acid dye called eosin
Unfounded fear, having and aversion to
1) Hematophobia: an abnormal fear of blood or bleeding
-Medical condition or disease resulting from or involving some specific thing.
-a practice or doctrine
1) Hypnotism: The process or act of inducing a condition that resembles sleep in which the subject is susceptible to suggestions
Resembling, like, having form of
1) Sigmoid: resembling the letter "S" or the greek sigma
2) Nucleoid: shaped like or having the appearance of a nucleus.
Pertaining to, made of, containing
1) Squamous: scale like; relating to, or covered with scales.
Production, formation, development
1) Histogenesis: the formation and development of tissues in the body.
2)Osteogenesis: the formation of bone