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blood swelling (localized accumulation of blood between tissues or layers of tissues, due to a break in a blood vessel)
large nucleated cell (a cell formed in the bone marrow that contains a very large nucleus & from which platelets are formed)
condition of fat blood (an excess of fats or lipids in the blood, giving a milky appearance to the blood & plasma)
condition of white blood (malignancy of the blood-forming tissues, resulting in excessive numbers of abnormal leukocytes in the blood)
an early red cell (very young RBC, found in the bone marrow, the next stage of red cell develpment after rubiblast)
a changed red cell (young RBC, that is about to discharge its nucleus; most common nucleated RBC in circulating blood)
a before clot (clotting factor II, which is a precursor to thrombin in the clotting cascade)
a mouth cell (a poikilocyteic RBC that appears to have a smiley face centrally in the cell)
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