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5 Matching questions

  1. Hodgkin's lymphoma
  2. RDW (Red cell distribution width)
  3. Iron Deficiency Anemia (Diagnositcs)
  4. Conversion of folic acid, absorption of iron
    (Essential Nutrients for RBC production)
  5. Serum globulins
  1. a STAYS IN LYMPH SYSTEM.
    B-lymphocytes, local-regional, fever, night sweats, weight loss is common, extranodal- rare, histology-singular
    malignant proliferation of one form of reticuloentothelial cell within the lymph nodes; lymph nodes contain Reed-Sternberg cells
  2. b CBC/Blood indices, micorcytic, hypochromic
    Hemoglobin under 12 g/dL for males; under 11g/dL for females
  3. c transport of lipids, bilirubin; has immune function , Constitutes 36% of proteins in the plasma.
  4. d is a calculation of the variation in the size of your RBCs
  5. e Vitamin C: citrus fruits, green leafy veggies, strawberries, cantaloupe

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Plasma cells infiltrate the bone marrow and destroy bone.
    Longevity-2yrs post-diagnosis, avg age 65 men>women
    Diagnostic findings: pancytopenia, increased uric acid, calcium, creatinine, + Monoclonal (M) antibody protein & Bence Jones protein
  2. medications: combination chemotherapy, radiation, corticosteroids, and transfusion therapy
    Stem cell transplation, monitor lab studies
  3. B12: Meats,Liver
    Folic Acid: green leafy veggies, meat, fish,grains
  4. abnormally large erythrocytes
  5. hypovolemic shock, lethargy, liver congestion, pallor, worsening chronic jaundice

5 True/False questions

  1. Hemoglobin Synthesis
    (Essential Nutrients for RBC production)
    Iron: meat,eggs,legumes,dried fruit, grains
    B6: meat, wheat germ legumes, bananas

          

  2. Jaundiceresults from rupture and hemolysis of abnormal erythrocytes, as seen in hemolytic anemias and pernicious anemia, causing the relase of large amounts of bilirubin into the circulation

          

  3. Platlet CountA small red or purple spot caused by bleeding into the skin.

          

  4. Folic Acid Deficiency Anemia
    (Manifestations)
    CBC: MCV normal, normocytic, normochromic
    Pancytopenia -/+, decreased RBCs, WBCs, Platelets. 3 MAJOR CONCERNS- anemia, hemorrhage, infection
    Bone Maroow Bx: fatty marrow, decreased stem cells.

          

  5. Hemophilia B(Christmas disease) deficiency of factor IX (20%)

          

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