49 terms

Blood, Lymph, and Immune Systems Ch9

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adenoid
resemebling a gland
agglutination
process of clumping
basophil
attraction to base
erythroblastosis
abnormal increase of embroynic red (cells)
hypochromic
under coloration
eosinophil
attraction for rose colored (dye)
erythrocyte
red cell
granulocyte
cell (contatining) granulocytes (in the cytoplasm)
hemophobia
fear of blood
hematoma
blood tumor
immunology
study of immunity
karyolysis
destruction of the nucleus
monocuclear
pertaining to a single nucleus
leukemia
white blood condition
lymphadenopathy
disease of lymph nodes
lymphoid
resembling lymph
lymphangioma
tumor (composed of) lymph vessels
morphology
study of form, shape, and structure
myelogenic
relating to the origin in bone marrow
neutrophilic
pertaining to an attraction for neutral dyes
phagocyte
cell that eats (foreign material)
aplastic
pertaining to a failure to form
poikilocyte
cell that is irregular or varied (in shape)
reticulocyte
cell (that contains a) net or meshwork
serology
study of serum
sideropenia
deficiency of iron
splenorrhagia
bursting forth of the spleen
thrombosis
abnormal condition of a blood clot
thymopathy
disease of the thymus gland
xenograft
foreign transplantation, also called heterograft
erythroblast
embryonic red cell
anemia
without blood
hemoglobin
blood protein
autograft
self transplantation
leukocytosis
abnormal increase in white (blood) cells
erythropenia
abnormal decrease in red (blood cells)
neutrophil
attraction for a neutral (dye)
electrophoresis
carring an electric (charge)
anaphylaxis
against protection
hemopoiesis
formation of blood
hemostasis
standing still of blood
amorphic
without a (definite) form
allograft
transplantation differing from the normal; also called homograft
anisocytosis
abnormal increase in cells that are unequal
isochromic
pertaining to the same color
macrocyte
large (red) cell
microcyte
small (red) cell
mononucleosis
abnormal increase of mononuclear (cells)
polymorphic
pertaining to many forms or shapes