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From among the following, which is characterized by a dark blue cytoplasm, nucleoli, and homogenous chromation?
all of the above
Which of the following is currently being used to detect infectious mononucleosis?
Multilobed cells with little granulation found in large quantities in the differntial count are called
Of the following, which are normally found in the peripheral circulation?
If pernicious anemia is present, there can be an increase in this type of cell
The "marginating pool" of neutrophils is located:
On the blood vessel walls
At present, most lymphocyte subpopulations are recognized by their CD markers.
CD refers to:
The primary function of lymphocytes is immunologic.
Which of the following states are associated with an increased leukocyte concentration?
Birth, pregnancy, infection
All of the following can cause a leukocytosis except:
Exposure to radiation.
Which of the following terms is used to describe an absolute increase in the number of lymphocytes?
An instrument printout shows a WBC count of 4.5 × 109/L with 75% neutrophils. What is the absolute neutrophil count?
3.4 × 10^9/L
Reactive lymphocytes differ from normal lymphocytes in that the reactive form:
Is larger with an increase in basophilic cytoplasm, vacuoles and scalloped cell shape.
The numbers of this cell greatly increase in parasitic infections.
Which of the following is not normally seen in the peripheral circulation?
Which cells are considered immature in the peripheral circulation?
All of the following are features of the lymphatic system except:
Stimulation of the kidney by EPO
The CBC results for a 3-month-old child are as follows:
WBC 9.5 ´ 109/L Differential
RBC 3.4 ´ 1012/L Segmented neutrophils 25%
Hgb 6.7 g/dL Lymphocytes 75%
The absolute lymphocyte count in this patient would be:
7.1 * 10^9/L
One of the primary glands responsible for lymphocyte origination in the infant is the:
The spleen harbors approximately ___ of the white blood cell population
In automated hematology, what is the definition of the delta check?
Comparison to previous value
There are ___ maturation stages in the neutrophil.
The plasma cell is responsible for:
What stage of neutrophil maturation is described by the following: 20 μm in size, round nucleus with lacey chromatin and several nucleoli, deep blue cytoplasm with large bluish-purple granules.
The amount of time a granulocyte spends in the circulation before migrating into the tissues is normally:
Which of the following cells is associated with allergic reactions?
The cell you are looking atin the differential count is very large with a greyish cytoplasm and a convoluted nucleus. It is
Is the presence of band neutrophils normal in the differential? If so, how many would be considered normal?
yes, 0 to 5
Absolute cell count calculation adjusts for what variation(s)?
Total WBC and differential counts
T, B, and NK lymphocytes can be differentiated by:
The cell usually seen in the differential in infectious mononucleosis is the
This cell has an eccentric nucleus, spoked-wheel appearance, and dark blue bytoplasm
All of the following are included in the kill mechanism of neutrophils except:
The presentation of infectious agent to monocyte for phagocytosis.
Leukocyte surface markers identify cell lineage, and are helpful in differentiating neoplastic hematologic disorders. What is one method used to identify these surface markers?
You have a slide that has 37% lymphocytes-is this normal?
it is a normal amount
The identity of immunoglobulins is determined by:
The isotype of the heavy chain.
A blood sample from a 40-year-old white female has a WBC count of 10.2 × 109/L and a lymphocyte percentage of 47%. What can be concluded from this?
The patient has only a relative lymphocytosis.
An instrument printout shows a normal WBC count with a lymphocyte count of 30%. What can be concluded from this?
There is a normal lymphocyte concentration.
An adult has a total white count of 4.0 ´ 109/L. The differential count is as follows:
Segmented neutrophils 25%
If the normal values for absolute lymphocyte count are 1.2 to 3.4 ´ 109/L, which of the following is true?
There is a relative lymphocytosis.
Of the following, which is the immediate precursor of the PMN?
Lymphocyte concentrations in peripheral blood are greatest during what age interval?
Young child (1 to 4 years)
Which of the following CD markers is more appropriately associated with the myelocyte?
CD45, CD33, CD13
The initial appearance of specific granulation in the granulocytic series is predominantly seen in the:
The life span of the neutrophil is spent in three compartments. Which compartment is the primary site of host defense?
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