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168 terms
Hematology
Thalassemia
CD34
Myelophthistic anemia
Hgb Concentration
α and β variants—mutation that leads to a decrease production…
Most important marker for hematopoietic stem cells, can use t…
BM cavity is occupied or obliterated, BM replacement impairs…
~15g/dL is NL, higher in men than women
Thalassemia
α and β variants—mutation that leads to a decrease production…
CD34
Most important marker for hematopoietic stem cells, can use t…
72 terms
Hematology
Basophil
Eosinophil
What is the purple cell?
What is the pink and purple cell?
Basophil
What is the purple cell?
Eosinophil
What is the pink and purple cell?
34 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Neutrophil
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Neutrophil
40 terms
Hematology
Hematology
Granulocytes
Agranulocytes
WBC
The study of blood and it's components.
A group of leukocytes containing granules in their cytoplasm;…
A group of leukocytes without granules in their cytoplasm; ly…
Abbreviation for white blood cell.
Hematology
The study of blood and it's components.
Granulocytes
A group of leukocytes containing granules in their cytoplasm;…
214 terms
Hematology
Anisocytosis:... 1. Variation in ... 2. Seen…
Marcocyte: ... 1. two main diseases, and…
Microcyte :... 1. RBC less than... 2. 2 dise…
Elliptocyte/ ovalocyte:... 1. Shape... 2. di…
1. Variation in size... 2. Seen in many anemias
1.Vitamin B12 deficiency... 2. Folic acid deficiency... 1. Per…
1. RBC less than 6 micro... 1. Iron deficiency anemia... 2. thal…
1. Oval or pencil shape... 1. . *Hereditary ovalocytosis ... 2. va…
Anisocytosis:... 1. Variation in ... 2. Seen…
1. Variation in size... 2. Seen in many anemias
Marcocyte: ... 1. two main diseases, and…
1.Vitamin B12 deficiency... 2. Folic acid deficiency... 1. Per…
77 terms
Hematology
Components of CBC
Which is more accurate, Hb or ht?
How is Hb calculated?
What is a normal platelet count?
- WBC count... - RBC count... - Hb + ht... - RBC indices... - Platelet co…
Hemoglobin, as it does not rely on RBC# + MCV
By lysing RBCs
150,000-450,000/uL
Components of CBC
- WBC count... - RBC count... - Hb + ht... - RBC indices... - Platelet co…
Which is more accurate, Hb or ht?
Hemoglobin, as it does not rely on RBC# + MCV
50 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
168 terms
Hematology
Thalassemia
CD34
Myelophthistic anemia
Hgb Concentration
α and β variants—mutation that leads to a decrease production…
Most important marker for hematopoietic stem cells, can use t…
BM cavity is occupied or obliterated, BM replacement impairs…
~15g/dL is NL, higher in men than women
Thalassemia
α and β variants—mutation that leads to a decrease production…
CD34
Most important marker for hematopoietic stem cells, can use t…
72 terms
Hematology
anemia
carboxyhemoglobin
complete blood count(CBC)
critical values
condition in which levels of hemoglobin in the red blood cell…
hemoglobin carrying CO2
combination of several blood test
abnormal results outside the reference range requiring immedi…
anemia
condition in which levels of hemoglobin in the red blood cell…
carboxyhemoglobin
hemoglobin carrying CO2
67 terms
hematology
acanthocyte
agglutination
anemia
anisocytosis
A red blood cell with multiple, variably sized, irregular mem…
clumping of red blood cells that is usually caused by cross-l…
a condition in which the hemoglobin, packed cell volume, and…
a variation in the size of the cells
acanthocyte
A red blood cell with multiple, variably sized, irregular mem…
agglutination
clumping of red blood cells that is usually caused by cross-l…
50 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
133 terms
Hematology
Components of Blood
Hematopoiesis
Hemocytometer
The Hemocue
Cells; Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells and Platelets. Flui…
The process of creating new blood cells in the body. Red bone…
A counting chamber used to determine the number of cells per…
Is for measuring the hemoglobin, by which you may then determ…
Components of Blood
Cells; Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells and Platelets. Flui…
Hematopoiesis
The process of creating new blood cells in the body. Red bone…
57 terms
Hematology
M0
M1
M2
M3
Acute myeloblastic leukemia without differentiation
Acute myeloblastic leukemia minimal differentiation
Acute myeloblastic leukemia with maturation
Acute promyelocytic leukemia
M0
Acute myeloblastic leukemia without differentiation
M1
Acute myeloblastic leukemia minimal differentiation
114 terms
hematology
why is there a rise in sed rate?
spherocytes - think ?
name the common macrocytic anemia
name common microcytic anemia
increased density of RBC's stuck together cause them to sedim…
spherical RBC usually associate with hyperchromia ... - heredita…
- B12, folate (esp if hypersegmented neutrophils present ... - l…
- Fe deficiency ... - thalassemia... - lead poison ... *hypochromia
why is there a rise in sed rate?
increased density of RBC's stuck together cause them to sedim…
spherocytes - think ?
spherical RBC usually associate with hyperchromia ... - heredita…
27 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
60 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Eosinophil
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Eosinophil
Eosinophil
31 terms
Hematology
Lymphoblast
Prolymphocyte
Lymphocyte
Monoblast
Size: 10-18 um... Nucleus: ... chromatin - lacy, fine, more smudge…
Size: slightly smaller than a blast... Nucleus: ... shape is still…
Size: 7-10um... Nucleus: ... shape: very eccentric and elliptical…
Size: 12-20um... Nucleus: ... shape - oval or round... color- pale b…
Lymphoblast
Size: 10-18 um... Nucleus: ... chromatin - lacy, fine, more smudge…
Prolymphocyte
Size: slightly smaller than a blast... Nucleus: ... shape is still…
98 terms
Hematology
Yolk sac, spleen and bone marrow
Bone marrow
Mesoblastic, Hepatic and medullary
Mesoblastic
Hematopoiesis occurs in the fetus at theYolk sac, spleen and…
Hematopoiesis occurs in the adult at the
Hematopoiesis three stages are
19 day after fertilization
Yolk sac, spleen and bone marrow
Hematopoiesis occurs in the fetus at theYolk sac, spleen and…
Bone marrow
Hematopoiesis occurs in the adult at the
176 terms
Hematology
What do mast cells contain?
What causes anaphylactic shock?
When mast cells are found in tissues w…
What are leukotrienes released from?
Histamines
Massive dumping of mast cells.
Basophils
Mast Cells
What do mast cells contain?
Histamines
What causes anaphylactic shock?
Massive dumping of mast cells.
33 terms
Hematology
bone marrow
14-18
12-16
120
Where does hematopoiesis occur?
Normal values for Hgb males?
Normal values for Hgb females?
Normal RBC life span (days)?
bone marrow
Where does hematopoiesis occur?
14-18
Normal values for Hgb males?
97 terms
Hematology
Hematopoiesis
Erythropoiesis
What is the primary site for the produ…
What are the developmental stages of e…
The production of blood cells and platelets
The production of RBCs
Red Bone Marrow
Rubriblasts, prorubricytes, rubricytes, metarubricytes & reti…
Hematopoiesis
The production of blood cells and platelets
Erythropoiesis
The production of RBCs
14 terms
Hematology
Hemoglobin (male)
Hemoglobin (female)
Hematorcrit (male)
Hematrocrit (female)
14-16.5
12-15
42-52
35-47
Hemoglobin (male)
14-16.5
Hemoglobin (female)
12-15
12 terms
HEMATOLOGY
myeloblast
promyelocyte
myelocyte
metamyelocyte
myeloblast
promyelocyte
49 terms
Hematology
antibody
anticoagulant
antigen
basophil
A protein substance forming the basis of immunity.
Drug used to prevent clot formation or to prevent a clot that…
Stimulates the production of antibodies.
A cell, especially a white blood cell, having granules that s…
antibody
A protein substance forming the basis of immunity.
anticoagulant
Drug used to prevent clot formation or to prevent a clot that…
50 terms
Hematology
Blood
Hematocrit
Plasma
Erythrocytes... (red blood cells)
Transports:... 1. O₂... 2. CO₂ (waste product)... 3. Cells ... 4. Hormone…
- packed cell volume → volume of blood occupied by erythrocytes
- top layer (of centrifuged blood) → remaining after adding a…
- bottom layer (of centrifuged blood) ... - male = 40-50%... - fema…
Blood
Transports:... 1. O₂... 2. CO₂ (waste product)... 3. Cells ... 4. Hormone…
Hematocrit
- packed cell volume → volume of blood occupied by erythrocytes
119 terms
Hematology
Stages of prenatal Hematopoiesis from…
Adult Hematopoiesis
Hematopoietic stem cell line
GEMM stem line
Conception - Yolk sac... 1.8-7 months- liver ... 2.6-5.6 months - s…
Skull, sternum, pelvis, ribs and vertebrae. ... Flat bones: acti…
CFU - GEMM (granulocyte, erythrocyte, megakaryocyte, monocyte…
CFU-E - erythocyte - growth factor GM-CSF (granulocyte macrop…
Stages of prenatal Hematopoiesis from…
Conception - Yolk sac... 1.8-7 months- liver ... 2.6-5.6 months - s…
Adult Hematopoiesis
Skull, sternum, pelvis, ribs and vertebrae. ... Flat bones: acti…
55 terms
Hematology
Blood Components
Plasma
Serum
Buffy Coat
blood separates into three distinct layers, either after cent…
liquid portion of anti-coagulated blood
liquid portion of clotted blood
-thin, middle, whitish-gray layer... -consists of white blood ce…
Blood Components
blood separates into three distinct layers, either after cent…
Plasma
liquid portion of anti-coagulated blood
97 terms
Hematology
Rouleaux
Aggulation
Anisocytosis
Macrocytosis
Domino Effect Looking ... Commonly seen in Cat's & Horses ... If se…
Mass build up of cells typically seen in the body
Difference Size Cells
Larger size cell
Rouleaux
Domino Effect Looking ... Commonly seen in Cat's & Horses ... If se…
Aggulation
Mass build up of cells typically seen in the body
79 terms
Hematology
Hemoglobin
Oxygen saturation
2,3 DPG
Carboxyhemaglobin
This molecule transports oxygen from the capillary beds of th…
The ratio of oxygen bound to hemoglobin... Measured with a pulse…
This enzyme stimulates oxygen release from hemoglobin when bl…
Hemoglobin disorder in which hgb has a higher affinity for ca…
Hemoglobin
This molecule transports oxygen from the capillary beds of th…
Oxygen saturation
The ratio of oxygen bound to hemoglobin... Measured with a pulse…
82 terms
Hematology
EDTA
Hemoglobin
Hematopoiesis
agranulocytes
anticoagulant
Carry oxygen
production of blood cells and platelets
Lymphocytes and monocytes are
EDTA
anticoagulant
Hemoglobin
Carry oxygen
46 terms
Hematology
Leukocytes (White Blood Cells)
Neutrophils
Eosinophils
Basophils
White blood cell with single round nucleus; recognizes and re…
A type of white blood cell that engulfs invading microbes and…
Control master cell vascular mediators; defend against parasi…
Mast cells inflammatory and allergic; hypersensitivity
Leukocytes (White Blood Cells)
White blood cell with single round nucleus; recognizes and re…
Neutrophils
A type of white blood cell that engulfs invading microbes and…
82 terms
Hematology
EDTA
Hemoglobin
Hematopoiesis
agranulocytes
anticoagulant
Carry oxygen
production of blood cells and platelets
Lymphocytes and monocytes are
EDTA
anticoagulant
Hemoglobin
Carry oxygen
353 terms
hematology
functions of blood
plasma
function of plasma
albumin
nutrients from digestive tract to body tissues, carries O2 &…
90% H2O, the rest consists of dissolved particles such as ele…
bathes all cells in body & protects them from external enviro…
most abundant plasma protein produced by the liver, this is a…
functions of blood
nutrients from digestive tract to body tissues, carries O2 &…
plasma
90% H2O, the rest consists of dissolved particles such as ele…
52 terms
Hematology
creations of RBC
what physiologic conditions stimulate…
RBC life span
complete blood count
erythropoiesis
1. erythropoeitin... 2. bleeding/blood loss... 3. hypoxemia (not hy…
90 - 100 days
creations of RBC
erythropoiesis
what physiologic conditions stimulate…
1. erythropoeitin... 2. bleeding/blood loss... 3. hypoxemia (not hy…
27 terms
Hematology
Either crenation (if artifact) or Echi…
Either crenation (if artifact) or Echi…
Reticulocytes
Spherocyte
Either crenation (if artifact) or Echi…
Either crenation (if artifact) or Echi…
50 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
87 terms
HEMATOLOGY
Hematology
Wright's stain
Erythrocytes
Erythrocytes
The study of blood and its components
Blood can be treated with a special staining procedure called…
What is the most numerous cell type seen?
Red blood cells are also known as:
Hematology
The study of blood and its components
Wright's stain
Blood can be treated with a special staining procedure called…
25 terms
Hematology
EDTA
tiger top
serum
plasma
What is the anticoagulant?
What is this tube called?
Blood is allowed to clot, then spun down, what fluid is conta…
Top layer of hematocrit
EDTA
What is the anticoagulant?
tiger top
What is this tube called?
13 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil (2)
Eosinophil (3)
Eosinophil
Lymphocyte (2)
Eosinophil (2)
Eosinophil (3)
24 terms
Hematology
Accuracy
Precision
myeloid: erythroid (M:E)
MCV
correct results
repeated results
3:1 to 4:1
mean corpuscular volume; size of RBC, high means larger RBC,…
Accuracy
correct results
Precision
repeated results
278 terms
Hematology
What do anisocytosis and poikilocytosi…
What is polycythemia vera?
What is MCV?
What is RDW?
Anisocytosis - Heterogenous RBC size... Poikilocytosis - Hetero…
Primary high hematocrit (1.27)
Mean corpuscular volume - The average RBC size (1.28)
Red cell distribution width - The variance of RBC size (1.30)
What do anisocytosis and poikilocytosi…
Anisocytosis - Heterogenous RBC size... Poikilocytosis - Hetero…
What is polycythemia vera?
Primary high hematocrit (1.27)
134 terms
Hematology
What is hematology?
What is the viscosity of blood influen…
A 70 - kg person has about how many li…
Is the cellular composition of blood h…
The study of normal and pathological aspects of blood and blo…
1. RBC and protein concentration... 2. RBC size (smaller size in…
- 5... - 70 ml/kg of body weight on average
- Men: 40-44%... - Women: 38-42% mainly bc RBC count is lower
What is hematology?
The study of normal and pathological aspects of blood and blo…
What is the viscosity of blood influen…
1. RBC and protein concentration... 2. RBC size (smaller size in…
305 terms
Hematology
LECTURE 1: HEMATOPOIESIS AND LEUKOCYTE…
What are 3 components of plasma?
What are the 3 cellular components of…
What are the 4 types of cells in the b…
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:... Basic knowledge of blood cell function a…
Albumin, immunoglobulins (antibodies), and other proteins.
Red blood cells, platelets, and white blood cells
The 3 myeloid progenitors: myeloid precursors, erythroid prog…
LECTURE 1: HEMATOPOIESIS AND LEUKOCYTE…
LECTURE OBJECTIVES:... Basic knowledge of blood cell function a…
What are 3 components of plasma?
Albumin, immunoglobulins (antibodies), and other proteins.
50 terms
Hematology
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
Lymphocyte
Basophil
Eosinophil
Segmented neutrophil (PMN)
67 terms
Hematology
What are the major groups of plasma pr…
Albumin
How does albumin and pressure in the b…
Globulins
albumin... globulins... fibrinogens
60% of total plasma protein at a concentration of about 4 g/d…
Water and solute particles tend to diffuse out of the arteria…
alpha - move closely to albumin... beta globulins and gama globu…
What are the major groups of plasma pr…
albumin... globulins... fibrinogens
Albumin
60% of total plasma protein at a concentration of about 4 g/d…
36 terms
Hematology
Plasma - 55%... Formed elements - 45%
Water - 91%... Other- 9%
RBCs - 99%... WBCs and platelets - 1%
Transport - nutrients gases, wastes, a…
What percentage of whole blood is plasma vs formed elements?
What percentage of plasma is water? Other elements?
What percentage of formed elements are RBCs? WBCs and platele…
What are some functions of blood?
Plasma - 55%... Formed elements - 45%
What percentage of whole blood is plasma vs formed elements?
Water - 91%... Other- 9%
What percentage of plasma is water? Other elements?
60 terms
Hematology
Prenatal liver
Spleen
Axial Red bone marrow
Appendicular red bone marrow
What is this structure?
What is the structure the ARROW is pointing to?
What part of the skeleton is this? What does it contain (make…
What is this? Where is this located?
Prenatal liver
What is this structure?
Spleen
What is the structure the ARROW is pointing to?
126 terms
Hematology
What is the 2 best tests to assess RBC…
What hormone stimulates RBC production?
Where is Erythropoietin secreted from?
How long does a typical RBC circulate…
1. CBC... 2. Peripheral blood smear
Erythropoetin
the kidneys
120 days (4 months)
What is the 2 best tests to assess RBC…
1. CBC... 2. Peripheral blood smear
What hormone stimulates RBC production?
Erythropoetin
157 terms
Hematology
Howell Jolly Bodies
Heinz Bodies
Spleen, MOA
Basophillic Stippling
DNA precipitates (basophilic)... Usually removed from RBC's by s…
oxidized Hb --> denatured & precipitates... Usually removed by s…
important in killing encapsulated organisms via PHAGOCYTOSIS.…
"LIAT + B12/Folate"... Lead Poisoning (low MCV)... Iron def (low M…
Howell Jolly Bodies
DNA precipitates (basophilic)... Usually removed from RBC's by s…
Heinz Bodies
oxidized Hb --> denatured & precipitates... Usually removed by s…
57 terms
Hematology
1. Liver... 2. Spleen... 3. Bone marrow
1. Red bone marrow (myeloid tissue) of…
Plasma 55%
The formed elements of the blood
Where does hematopoiesis take place prenatally?
Where does hematopoiesis take place postnatally?
What is a and what percent of blood does it compose?
What are b and c and what percent of blood does it compose?
1. Liver... 2. Spleen... 3. Bone marrow
Where does hematopoiesis take place prenatally?
1. Red bone marrow (myeloid tissue) of…
Where does hematopoiesis take place postnatally?
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