Unusual or exaggerated allergic reaction to froeing substances
Puncture of the ear lobe or arm to determine the time for blood to stop flowing.
Complete blood count
Blood test that includes a hematocrit, hemoglobin, red and white blood cell count, and differential.
Blood test that separates solids from plasma
Collection of blood that has escaped from a vessel into surrounding tissues.
Control or stoping of bleeding
From of lymphoma that occurs in young adults.
Excessive amounts of calcium in the blood.
Blood clot carried in the bloodstream.
Hereditary blood disease characterized by tendency to bleed.
Deficient amounts of oxygen in the blood
Individual hypersensitivity to a sustance that is usually harmless
Malignant neoplasm causes violent colored lesions;most commonAIDS related tumor.
Blood disease characterized by overproduction of leukocytes.
Lack of,deficiency, abnormal reduction
To eat, engulf
Test performed on whole blood to determine the number of thrombocytes.
Condition of too many red blood cells
Determining the concentration of protein-bound hormones in the blood plasma.
Red blood cell, red blood count
Determine the rate red blood cells serrle
Pathogenic bacteria are present in the blood.
Sickle cell anemia
Anemia caused by an inherited recessive defect in Hb synthesis.
Enlargement of the spleen.
Formation, development, or existence of a blood clot
Blood is transferred from one individual to another.
White blood cell, white blood count