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clin path II WBC
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Most active in response to bacterial infections
Only leukocyte that does not necessarily finish the maturation sequence in the bone marrow
Most active in response to parasites and allergies
The largest leukocyte
Easily confused with mast cells
At what level of thrombocytopenia do we have concern of clotting deficiencies?
The process of an inflammatory cell being attracted to the site of action via chemical signaling
Which cell is affected by the Birman Cat anomaly?
Which of the following describes the production of WBCs?
Which WBC ingests Ag-Ab complexes and phagocytizes protozoa and some parasitic worms but not bacteria?
Barr bodies are a normal finding in healthy male animals
Circulating neutrophils in avians are called hemophils.
Lymphocytes are the first phagocytes to respond to an infection.
Lymphocytes are the predominant leukocyte in cattle.
The presence of hypersegmented neutrophils is the presence of young neutrophils.
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