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Chapter 13 & 14

9th ed
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bas/o
base (alkaline, the opposite of acid)
chrom/o
color
coagul/o
clotting
cyt/o
cell
eosin/o
red, dawn, rosy
erythr/o
red
granul/o
granules
hem/o, hemat/o
blood (two forms)
hemoglobin/o
hemoglobin (wr)
is/o
same, equal
kary/o
nucleus(mega...ocyte)
leuk/o
white
mon/o
one, single
morph/o
shape, form
agglutin/o
clumping, sticking together
myel/o
bone marrow
neutr/o
neutral (neither base nor acid)
nucle/o
nucleus (polymorpho...ar)
phag/o
eat, swallow
poikil/o
varied, irregular
sider/o
iron (wr)
spher/o
globe, round
thromb/o
clot
-apheresis
removal, a carrying away (sf)
-blast
immature cell, embryonic (sf)
-cytosis
abnormal condition of cells (increase in cells) (sf)
-emia
blood condition (sf)
-globin,-globulin
protein (two forms) (sf)
-lytic
pertaining to destruction (sf)
-oid
derived from (sf)
-osis
abnormal condition (sf)
-penia
deficiency (sf)
-phage
eat, swallow (sf)
-philia
attraction for, love of (an increase in cell numbers) (sf)
-phoresis
carrying, transmission (sf)
-poiesis
formation (sf)
-stasis
stop, control (sf)
ABMT
autologous bone marrow transplantation (patient serves as his or her own donor for stem cells)
ABO
four main blood types (-A, B, AB,and O)
ASCT
autologous stem cell transplantation
BMT
bone marrow transplantation
diff
differential count (white blood cells)
EPO
erythropoietin
ESR
erythrocyte sedimentation rate (letters)
Fe
iron (abbrev.)
Hct
hematocrit (pcv)
Hgb (HGB)
hemoglobin (abbrev.)
polys, PMNs, PMNLs
polymorphonuclear leukocytes; neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils (three abbrevs.)
PT
prothrombin time
sed rate
erythrocyte sedimentation rate (two words)
immun/o
protection
lymph/o
lymph
lymphangi/o
lymph vessel
lymphaden/o
lymph node (gland)
splen/o
spleen
thym/o
thymus gland
tox/o
poison
ana-
again, anew (pf)
inter-
between
AIDS
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
CD4+ cell
helper T cell
ELISA
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (test to detect anti-HIV antibodies)
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus( -causes AIDS)
KS
Kaposi sarcoma
PCP
pneumocystis pneumonia (opportunistic AIDS-related infection)
PI
protease inhibitor