5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Reed-Sternberg cell
- a a rapid heart rate; usually a rate over 100 beats per minunte.
- b fainting.
- c a large connective tissure cell found in lymphatic tissue indicative of Hodgkin's disease.
- d a detailed white blood cell count identifying the number of each type of leukocyte.
- e broken-down cells.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- an increase in white cell count.
- bleeding into joints.
- a decrease in lymphocytes.
- a bleeding disorder characterized by bleeding into the skin and mucus membranes initially turning the affected areas purplish in color.,
- a laboratory test that identifies the number of red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBC's) and platelets per cubic millimeter.
5 True/False Questions
Tachypnea → a rapid heart rate; usually a rate over 100 beats per minunte.
Bleeding Time → a progressive overgrowth of abnormal leukocytes; a malignant disease of the bone marrow.
Hematuria → blood in the urine.
Leukocytopenia → a decrease in white cell count.
Pallor → lack of color; paleness.