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White blood cell with reddish granules; numbers increase in allergic reactions
a.) Lymphocyte
b.) Eosinophil
c.) Neutrophil
d.) Erythrocyte
e.) Basophil

b.) Eosinophil

Protein threads the form the basis of a clot
a.) Fibrinogen
b.) Globulin
c.) Hemoglobin
d.) Thrombin
e.) Fibrin

e.) Fibrin

Method of separating out plasma proteins by electrical charge
a.) Plasmapheresis
b.) Hemolysis
c.) Electrophoresis
d.) Coagulation time
e.) Leukapheresis

c.) Electrophoresis

Foreign material that invades the body
a.) Neutrophils
b.) Macrophages
c.) Antibodies
d.) Antigens
e.) Granulocytes

d.) Antigens

Pigment produced from hemoglobin when red blood cells are destroyed
a.) Serum
b.) Albumin
c.) Globulin
d.) Plasma
e.) Bilirubin

e.) Bilirubin

An undifferentiated blood cell is called a
a.) Granulocyte
b.) Segmented cell
c.) Hematopoietic stem cell
d.) Thrombocyte
e.) Lymphocyte

c.) Hematopoietic stem cell

Anticoagulant found in the blood
a.) Heparin
b.) Prothrombin
c.) Thrombin
d.) Gamma globulin
e.) Vitamin B12

a.) Heparin

A disorder of red blood cell morphology is
a.) Multiple myeloma
b.) Poikilocytosis
c.) Monocytosis
d.) acute myelocytic leukemia
e.) Hemochromatosis

b.) Poikilocytosis

Deficiency in numbers of white blood cells
a.) Neutropenia
b.) Hypochromia
c.) Leukocytosis
d.) Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
e.) Spherocytosis

a.) Neutropenia

Immature red blood cells
a.) Thrombocyte
b.) Monoblast
c.) Segmented
d.) Erythroblast
e.) Megakaryoblast

d.) Erythroblast

Derived from bone marrow
a.) Myeloid
b.) Lymphoid
c.) Granulocytopenic
d.) Polymorphonuclear
e.) Phagocytic

a.) Myeloid

Breakdown of recipient's red blood cells when incompatible bloods are mixed
a.) Erythrocytosis
b.) Hemolysis
c.) Embolism
d.) Anticoagulation
e.) Erythropoiesis

b.) Hemolysis

Sideropenia occurs causing deficient production of hemoglobin
a.) Pernicious anemia
b.) Aplastic anemia
c.) Iron Deficiency anemia
d.) Hemolytic anemia
e.) Thalassemia

c.) Iron Deficiency anemia

Reduction in red cells due to excessive cell destruction
a.) Pernicious anemia
b.) Iron deficiency anemia
c.) Aplastic anemia
d.) Hemoplytic anemia
e.) Thalassemia

d.) Hemoplytic anemia

Failure of blood cell production due to absense of formation of cells in the bone marrow
a.) Pernicious anemia
b.) Iron deficiency anemia
c.) Aplastic anemia
d.) Hemoplytic anemia
e.) Thalassemia

c.) Aplastic anemia

Inherited defect in ability to produce hemoglobin
a.) Pernicious anemia
b.) Iron deficiency anemia
c.) Aplastic anemia
d.) Hemolytic anemia
e.) Thalassemia

e.) Thalassemia

Lack of mature red cells due to inability to absorb vitamin B12 into the body
a.) Pernicious anemia
b.) Iron deficiency anemia
c.) Aplastic anemia
d.) Hemolytic anemia
e.) Thalassemia

a.) Pernicious anemia

Excessive deposits of iron throughout the body
a.) Polycythemia vera
b.) Cooley anemia
c.) Purpura
d.) Hemochromatosis
e.) Thrombocytopenia

d.) Hemochromatosis

Symptoms of pallor, shortness of breath, infections, bleeding gums, predominance of immature and abnormally functioning leukocytes, and low numbers of mature neutrophils in a young child may indicate a likely diagnosis of
a.) Sickle cell anemia
b.) Hemostais
c.) Acute lymphocytic leukemia
d.) Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
e.) Hemoglobinopathy

c.) Acute lymphocytic leukemia

Excessive bleeding caused by congenital lack of factor VIII or IX
a.) Autoimmune thrombocytopenic purpura
b.) Granulocytosis
c.) Polycythemia vera
d.) Erythremia
e.) Hemophilia

e.) Hemophilia

Venous blood is clotted in a test tube
a.) Hematocrit
b.) White blood cell differential
c.) Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
d.) Coagulation time
e.) Red blood cell morphology

d.) Coagulation time

Sample of blood is spun in a test tube so that red cells fall to the bottom and percentage of RBCs are taken
a.) Hematocrit
b.) White blood cell differential
c.) Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
d.) Coagulation time
e.) Red blood cell morphology

a.) Hematocrit

Blood smear is examined to determine the shape or form of cells
a.) Hematocrit
b.) White blood cell differential
c.) Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
d.) Coagulation time
e.) Red blood cell morphology

e.) Red blood cell morphology

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