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47 terms
Heme-onc pathology:
Pathologic RBC forms:
Acanthocyte
Basophilic stippling:
Degmacyte ("bite cell")
...
-Liver disease... -Abetalipoproteinemia (states of cholesterol d…
Lead poisoning, thalassemias, alcohol abuse... Description: sma…
G6PD deficiency:... -XLR genetic condition that predisposes to h…
Pathologic RBC forms:
...
Acanthocyte
-Liver disease... -Abetalipoproteinemia (states of cholesterol d…
262 terms
Heme Onc: Pathology
Acanthocyte "spur cell" is seen in?
Basophilic stippling of RBC is seen in?
Dacrocyte "teardrop cell" RBC is seen…
Degmacyte ("bite cell") RBCs
1) Liver disease... 2) Abetalipoproteinemia (states of cholester…
1) Lead poisoning... 2) Sideroblastic anemia... 3) Myelodysplastic…
Bone marrow infiltration due to myelofibrosis
G6PD deficiency
Acanthocyte "spur cell" is seen in?
1) Liver disease... 2) Abetalipoproteinemia (states of cholester…
Basophilic stippling of RBC is seen in?
1) Lead poisoning... 2) Sideroblastic anemia... 3) Myelodysplastic…
175 terms
Heme Onc Pathology
Lead poisoning microcytic anaemia mech…
Symptoms of lead poisoning
1st line treatment for lead poisoning
Mxn of Sideroblastic anaemia
Lead inhibits ferrochelatase and ALA dehydratse --> decreased…
Lead lines on gingivae (Burton lines) and metaphysis of long…
Dimercaprol and EDTA... Succimer used for chelation in kids... (ex…
Defect in heme synthesis due to X-linked defect in δ-ALA synt…
Lead poisoning microcytic anaemia mech…
Lead inhibits ferrochelatase and ALA dehydratse --> decreased…
Symptoms of lead poisoning
Lead lines on gingivae (Burton lines) and metaphysis of long…
65 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology
Basophilic Stippling
Degmacyte or bite cell
Ringed Sideroblast
Schistocyte
Lead poisoning
G6PD deficiency
Excess iron in mitochondria. Sideroblastic Anemia
DIC, TTP/HUS, HELLP syndrome
Basophilic Stippling
Lead poisoning
Degmacyte or bite cell
G6PD deficiency
21 terms
Pathology (Heme/Onc)
Acanthocyte DDx
Basophilic stippling DDx
Degmacyte
Elliptocyte
aka Spur cell (spiny)... Abetalipoproteinemia (cholesterol d…
Lead poisoning
aka Bite cell... G6PD deficiency
Hereditary elliptocytosis
Acanthocyte DDx
aka Spur cell (spiny)... Abetalipoproteinemia (cholesterol d…
Basophilic stippling DDx
Lead poisoning
14 terms
Heme Onc Pathology
Labs of Polycythemia ... A. low plasma v…
Common causes of relative polycythemia…
common causes of appropriate absolute…
common causes of Inappropriate absolut…
A. Relative Polycythemia (dehydration, burn)... B.* Appropriat…
>burn... >dehydration
>lung disease... >congenital heart disease... >high altitude
> renal cell carcinoma (ectopic EPO)... >hepatocellular carcinom…
Labs of Polycythemia ... A. low plasma v…
A. Relative Polycythemia (dehydration, burn)... B.* Appropriat…
Common causes of relative polycythemia…
>burn... >dehydration
40 terms
Heme/Onc Pathologies
Acanthocytes are also known as _______…
spur cells (_______________) is associ…
what is the ddx for basophilic stippli…
bite cells indicate what pathologies?
spur cells
acanthocytes; liver disease and abetalipoproteinemia
anemia of chronic disease... alcohol abuse... lead poisoning... thalas…
G6PD deficiency
Acanthocytes are also known as _______…
spur cells
spur cells (_______________) is associ…
acanthocytes; liver disease and abetalipoproteinemia
13 terms
Heme/Onc - Pathological RBC forms
Acanthocyte
Basophilic stippling
Bite cell
Elliptocyte
-Liver disease and abetalipoproteinemia (liver cannot take in…
-Anemia of chronic disease, alcohol abuse, lead poisoning, th…
-G6PD deficiency
-hereditary elliptocytosis
Acanthocyte
-Liver disease and abetalipoproteinemia (liver cannot take in…
Basophilic stippling
-Anemia of chronic disease, alcohol abuse, lead poisoning, th…
36 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology Exam 2
mature T cells
ALK gene
Ch. 2p23
CD30
All peripheral T cell lymphomas are derived from what cell?
Anaplastic large cell lymphomas are the result of what gene r…
On what chromosome is the ALK gene located?
Anaplastic large cell lymphomas have what characteristic mark…
mature T cells
All peripheral T cell lymphomas are derived from what cell?
ALK gene
Anaplastic large cell lymphomas are the result of what gene r…
116 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology and CM Pearls
CD2, CD3, CD5, alpha/beta and gamma/de…
ALK gene
2p23
CD30
What cell markers are present on cells of Peripheral T-cell L…
What chromosomal rearrangement is associated with Anaplastic…
On what chromosome is the ALK gene located?
What cell markers are present on cells of Anaplastic Large Ce…
CD2, CD3, CD5, alpha/beta and gamma/de…
What cell markers are present on cells of Peripheral T-cell L…
ALK gene
What chromosomal rearrangement is associated with Anaplastic…
16 terms
Heme/Onc - Pathoma Breast Pathology
1. Breast tissue can develop anywhere…
Galactorrhea... 1. What is it? ... 2. Common…
Acute Mastitis... 1. What is the most com…
Periductal Mastitis... 1. What is it? ... 2.…
1. Axilla; vulva... 2. Terminal duct lobular unit... 3. Luminal cel…
1. Milk production outside of lactation... 2. Nipple stimulation…
1. S. aureus... 2. Breast-feeding; fissures develop in the nippl…
1. Inflammation of the subareolar ducts... 2. Smokers; Relative…
1. Breast tissue can develop anywhere…
1. Axilla; vulva... 2. Terminal duct lobular unit... 3. Luminal cel…
Galactorrhea... 1. What is it? ... 2. Common…
1. Milk production outside of lactation... 2. Nipple stimulation…
228 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology, Step 1 Preparation
What are the microcytic anemias?
Lab values in iron deficiency anemia?
What is plummer-vinson syndrome?
Defect in alpha-thalassemia?
-iron deficiency ... -anemia of chronic disease... -lead poisoning…
-decreased iron ... -increased TIBC ... -decreased ferritin... -increa…
-iron deficiency anemia ... -esophageal webs ... -atrophic glossitis
-alpha-globin gene deletions
What are the microcytic anemias?
-iron deficiency ... -anemia of chronic disease... -lead poisoning…
Lab values in iron deficiency anemia?
-decreased iron ... -increased TIBC ... -decreased ferritin... -increa…
232 terms
Heme/Onc Exam 2 Pathology and Clinical
what type of leukocytosis?... - acute bac…
what are Dohle bodies and where are th…
what type of leukocytosis?... - allergic…
what type of leukocytosis?... - rare and…
neutrophilic leukocytosis
Dohle bodies are blue cytoplasmic patches of dilated endoplas…
eosinophilic leukocytosis
basophilic leukocytosis
what type of leukocytosis?... - acute bac…
neutrophilic leukocytosis
what are Dohle bodies and where are th…
Dohle bodies are blue cytoplasmic patches of dilated endoplas…
113 terms
S3B4 HEME/ONC Pathology I
What does MHC do?... What are the classe…
What are the major important points ab…
What do Class I MHC do?
- Display peptide fragments for recognition by antigen-specif…
NOT EXPRESSED ON RBCs... " Primary school--you learn your A,B,C…
What does MHC do?... What are the classe…
- Display peptide fragments for recognition by antigen-specif…
What are the major important points ab…
NOT EXPRESSED ON RBCs... " Primary school--you learn your A,B,C…
228 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology, Step 1 Preparation
What are the microcytic anemias?
Lab values in iron deficiency anemia?
What is plummer-vinson syndrome?
Defect in alpha-thalassemia?
-iron deficiency ... -anemia of chronic disease... -lead poisoning…
-decreased iron ... -increased TIBC ... -decreased ferritin
-iron deficiency anemia ... -esophageal webs ... -atrophic glossitis
-alpha-globin gene deletions
What are the microcytic anemias?
-iron deficiency ... -anemia of chronic disease... -lead poisoning…
Lab values in iron deficiency anemia?
-decreased iron ... -increased TIBC ... -decreased ferritin
155 terms
Heme/Onc Pathology Exam 1 Review Cards
Why do RBCs stain buff or orange-pink…
What are the azure stains used to stai…
RBCs are specialized to do what?
What is the shape of a RBC?
hemoglobin
Giemsa and Wright Stain
transport oxygen
biconcave disc
Why do RBCs stain buff or orange-pink…
hemoglobin
What are the azure stains used to stai…
Giemsa and Wright Stain
373 terms
Heme/onc
Platelet disorder classification
Heparin fcn
factor 2a
Function of warfarin
1. Numbers ... too few= thrombocytopenia (more common)... too many=…
works to activate antithrombin which inhibits thrombin
thrombin
inhibits vitamin K resynthesis by blocking vitamin K epoxide…
Platelet disorder classification
1. Numbers ... too few= thrombocytopenia (more common)... too many=…
Heparin fcn
works to activate antithrombin which inhibits thrombin
79 terms
Heme/Onc
Embryonic stem cells remain pluripoten…
Extrinsically, embryonic stem cells re…
Embryo-like bodies
These stem cells are self-renewing and…
Oct4-TF
LIF (leukemia-inhibitory factor)
Created with removal of LIF
Adult stem cells
Embryonic stem cells remain pluripoten…
Oct4-TF
Extrinsically, embryonic stem cells re…
LIF (leukemia-inhibitory factor)
98 terms
Heme onc
CD42
Alpha
Dense
GP-Ib/IX
Marker of late differentiation of platelets
Von Willebrand factor and fibrinogen are located in _______ g…
ADP, serotonin, and histamine are located in _______ granules…
Receptor which mediates attachment of platelets to VWF
CD42
Marker of late differentiation of platelets
Alpha
Von Willebrand factor and fibrinogen are located in _______ g…
24 terms
Heme Onc
Hodgkin lymphoma cell
what is the best predictor of prognosi…
HL and non HL is assco with which virus
hodgkin age distribution
Reed sternberg cells
stage of cancer
EBV
bimodal, yound adult and >55
Hodgkin lymphoma cell
Reed sternberg cells
what is the best predictor of prognosi…
stage of cancer
191 terms
Heme/Onc
superficial and deep veins of arm
superficial veins of the legs
deep veins of legs
clinical picture for DVT
brachiocephalic and subclavian
greater and lesser saphenous
iliac ... superficial ... popliteal ... gastroc ... tibial
unilateral leg swelling... pain... calf tenderness
superficial and deep veins of arm
brachiocephalic and subclavian
superficial veins of the legs
greater and lesser saphenous
203 terms
Heme/Onc
RBC - target cells
RBC - burr cells
Schistocytes
Spherocyte
chronic liver disease or thalessemias... caused by excess membr…
aka echinocytes; ... RBC with symmetric short sharp projections…
RBC fragments - microangiopathic hemolysis
small dark red RBCs with no central pallor; associated with i…
RBC - target cells
chronic liver disease or thalessemias... caused by excess membr…
RBC - burr cells
aka echinocytes; ... RBC with symmetric short sharp projections…
33 terms
Heme/Onc
RC objectives
DIC
Etiology DIC
DIC Treatment
Acquired syndrome characterized by hemorrhage and microvascul…
Infection: Sepsis, Bacteria (Meningococcus), virus (HIV, VZ…
Treat underlying disorder... Transfusion: Indicated for clinical…
RC objectives
DIC
Acquired syndrome characterized by hemorrhage and microvascul…
216 terms
Heme-Onc
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
S/S of CML
What are the three phases of CML?
How to distinguish CML from a leukemoi…
-Ages: 45-85... Neoplastic proliferation of mature myeloid cells…
Splenomegaly is common. Enlarging spleen suggest progression…
1. Chronic: enlarged spleen ... 2. Accelerated: enlarging spleen…
Leukemoid reaction: reactive neutrophilic leukocytosis (due t…
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
-Ages: 45-85... Neoplastic proliferation of mature myeloid cells…
S/S of CML
Splenomegaly is common. Enlarging spleen suggest progression…
187 terms
Heme/Onc
Hypochromic, microcytic anemia
Fetal erythropoiesis
Fetal hemoglobin
Coagulation cascade
IDA, Fe poisoning, thalaessema
Yolk, liver, spleen, bone marrow
2 alpha, 2 gamma. Less avid 2,3 BPG binding.
Hypochromic, microcytic anemia
IDA, Fe poisoning, thalaessema
Fetal erythropoiesis
Yolk, liver, spleen, bone marrow
25 terms
HEME ONC
Treatment for CN poisoning... Other treat…
Moa CN toxicity
What is CD 14 a marker of?
Large epithelioid macrophages with pin…
AMYL NITRITE, forms Methhemoglobin which has a high affinity…
inhibits Cyt c = LACTIC ACIDOSIS, SEVERE REDDISH DISCOLOURATI…
Mcq-Monocyte lineage
TB - caseous necrosis
Treatment for CN poisoning... Other treat…
AMYL NITRITE, forms Methhemoglobin which has a high affinity…
Moa CN toxicity
inhibits Cyt c = LACTIC ACIDOSIS, SEVERE REDDISH DISCOLOURATI…
30 terms
M2 HemeOnc Pathology of BM cells
what are the 2 findings you expect wit…
what is the leukomoid reaction?
what are Dohl bodies? when do you see…
do all myeloid cells increase in a sub…
pancytopenia and bone marrow hypocellularity --think of it as…
a physiologic increase in WBCs (>50 k/microL) in response to…
blue cytoplasmic inculsion in PMNs that are doing a Leukomoid…
YES
what are the 2 findings you expect wit…
pancytopenia and bone marrow hypocellularity --think of it as…
what is the leukomoid reaction?
a physiologic increase in WBCs (>50 k/microL) in response to…
163 terms
Heme/Onc
What are some symptoms of anemia?
What are some labs that are used to di…
What is used to classify anemias?
What is hemoglobin made from?
Weakness, fatigue and dyspnea... Pale conjunctiva and skin... Heada…
-Hb<13.5g/dL in males and <12.5 g/dL in females normal is 13.…
-mean corpuscular volume... -if MCV is 80-100 than normal if les…
-Hemoglobin=globin+iron+protoporphyrin(heme)
What are some symptoms of anemia?
Weakness, fatigue and dyspnea... Pale conjunctiva and skin... Heada…
What are some labs that are used to di…
-Hb<13.5g/dL in males and <12.5 g/dL in females normal is 13.…
236 terms
Heme/Onc
Auer rods in myeloblasts
thrombocytopenia
Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase…
hairy cell leukemia (CD20+; B lymphocy…
stain for peroxidase (myeloperoxidase)
petechiae, hemorrhages
responsible for adding nucleotides to the V,D,J regions of th…
stains positive for tartrate resistant acid phosphatase
Auer rods in myeloblasts
stain for peroxidase (myeloperoxidase)
thrombocytopenia
petechiae, hemorrhages
50 terms
Heme/Onc: Part 3
Describe normal lymph node structure i…
Describe how normal lymph node structu…
Differentiate the relationship and dif…
Understand that lymphoma is a clinicop…
Cortex: composed of lymphoid follicles (mostly B-cells with…
Neoplastic B cell proliferation may replace normal architectu…
Clonal IgH rearrangements rather than normal polyclonal rearr…
Non-Hodgkin B cell Lymphoma:... -Large, atypical B cell lymphoma…
Describe normal lymph node structure i…
Cortex: composed of lymphoid follicles (mostly B-cells with…
Describe how normal lymph node structu…
Neoplastic B cell proliferation may replace normal architectu…
70 terms
Heme/Onc: Part 1
Provide details on how embryonic stem…
State two benefits and two challenges…
Compare and contrast the progression o…
Explain the various forms of HSC trans…
Stem cells: self-renewal and potency: can regenerate and…
...
Humans: Blood cells initially appear in the yolk sac, in pr…
Take iPScells -> gene therapy or transgenics (make platelets…
Provide details on how embryonic stem…
Stem cells: self-renewal and potency: can regenerate and…
State two benefits and two challenges…
...
75 terms
Heme/Onc Part 2
Define the term "coagulation cascade",…
Describe the basis for the partial thr…
Understand the contribution of platele…
Describe "microparticles" and how they…
Waterfall sequence for intrinsic blood clotting & its functio…
Blood is collected in citrate; this binds calcium and prevent…
Primary Hemostasis:... 1. Vasoconstriction... 2. Activated endoth…
The last step of primary hemostasis involves leukocytes relea…
Define the term "coagulation cascade",…
Waterfall sequence for intrinsic blood clotting & its functio…
Describe the basis for the partial thr…
Blood is collected in citrate; this binds calcium and prevent…
187 terms
Heme/Onc
Hypochromic, microcytic anemia
Fetal erythropoiesis
Fetal hemoglobin
Coagulation cascade
IDA, Fe poisoning, thalaessema
Yolk, liver, spleen, bone marrow
2 alpha, 2 gamma. Less avid 2,3 BPG binding.
Hypochromic, microcytic anemia
IDA, Fe poisoning, thalaessema
Fetal erythropoiesis
Yolk, liver, spleen, bone marrow
64 terms
Heme Onc Final
Abnormal Hematopoiesis
Hematopoiesis Regulation
Age dependent location of hematopoiesis
Granulopoiesis
o Extramedullary Hematopoiesis (EMH) - liver, spleen; BM cann…
o CSFs: stimulate committed precursors and late precursors to…
o 3rd-5th wk gestation > 2-3 mos: yolk sac (hemangioblasts, b…
myeloblast > promyelocyte > myelocyte > metamyelocyte > band…
Abnormal Hematopoiesis
o Extramedullary Hematopoiesis (EMH) - liver, spleen; BM cann…
Hematopoiesis Regulation
o CSFs: stimulate committed precursors and late precursors to…
27 terms
Heme Onc
Erythema Multiforme
alpha thal
beta thal
thal
viral - herpes cmv, hep... bacteria-neisseria, mycobac, mycoplas…
Asians
Greek ... more severe
Erythema Multiforme
viral - herpes cmv, hep... bacteria-neisseria, mycobac, mycoplas…
alpha thal
Asians
63 terms
heme/onc
G6PD
b12 def anemia
folate def anemia
Anemia of chronic disease
bite cells, positive heinz body stain, MCV is normal
High MMA and homocystine levels, MCV high
reg MMA and high homocystine levers, MCV high
iron is low, ferritin is high or normal, TIBC is decreased, h…
G6PD
bite cells, positive heinz body stain, MCV is normal
b12 def anemia
High MMA and homocystine levels, MCV high
66 terms
Heme/onc
Overview of coagulation cascade
Which factors are accelerating factors…
Which factors need vit K
which coag steps require Ca?
Tissue Factor = thromboplastin... Remember that Ca is needed for…
FV and FVIII. Inhib by Factor C and S.
II, VII, IX, X, C, S. "diSCo in 1972"
Activation of VII, activation of X using IX and VIII, Activat…
Overview of coagulation cascade
Tissue Factor = thromboplastin... Remember that Ca is needed for…
Which factors are accelerating factors…
FV and FVIII. Inhib by Factor C and S.
186 terms
heme onc
life span of RBC
what is the source of energy in RBCs?
anisocytosis
poikilocytosis
120 days
90% glycolysis 10% HMP shunt
varying sizes
varying shapes
life span of RBC
120 days
what is the source of energy in RBCs?
90% glycolysis 10% HMP shunt
46 terms
Heme-Onc
G6PD Deficiency- hemolytic anemia
Male:13.5-17.5g/dl ... Female: 12-16g/dl
Male:41-53%... Female:36-46%
"ITP" -Immune Thrombocytopenic purpura…
Jaundice, Negative Coombs test, Round inclusions within RBCs,…
Hemoglobin Normal Lab Values
Hematocrit Normal Lab Values
Normal Labs, bruising and petchial hemorrhages, treated with…
G6PD Deficiency- hemolytic anemia
Jaundice, Negative Coombs test, Round inclusions within RBCs,…
Male:13.5-17.5g/dl ... Female: 12-16g/dl
Hemoglobin Normal Lab Values
170 terms
Heme/Onc
>2 SD below normal
higher levels of 2,3-DPG
Hb <13 (g/dL)
Hb <12 (g/dL)
A patient is considered anemic if the Hb or Hct is
In anemia, CO increases, and the O2 dissociation curve shifts…
WHO defines anemia in men as
WHO defines anemia in women and children between 12-14 as
>2 SD below normal
A patient is considered anemic if the Hb or Hct is
higher levels of 2,3-DPG
In anemia, CO increases, and the O2 dissociation curve shifts…
68 terms
Heme onc
left shift of oxygen dissociation curve
AMs,cherry red lips,hypoxia despite no…
SOB,,clear lungs,exposed to nitrates,d…
MCV >100
inc Hb affinity for oxygen,alkalosis,dec CO2, dec 2,3-BPG,HbF
Carbon monooxide poisoning
Methemoglobulinemia
hypothyroidism,AML
left shift of oxygen dissociation curve
inc Hb affinity for oxygen,alkalosis,dec CO2, dec 2,3-BPG,HbF
AMs,cherry red lips,hypoxia despite no…
Carbon monooxide poisoning
77 terms
heme/onc
iron in body
Iron studies
thalassemia pathogenesis
Fe incidence
diet Fe -> binds by transferrin -> transferred to BM for eryt…
serum Fe, ferritin, TIBC
defect in alpha or beta chain causing anemia
most common anemia worldwide
iron in body
diet Fe -> binds by transferrin -> transferred to BM for eryt…
Iron studies
serum Fe, ferritin, TIBC
75 terms
Heme-Onc
CD34+ maker for what
Blast cells of myeloid lineage
What deficiency shows hypersegmented n…
Marked basophilia seen in which cancer?
hematopoietic stem cell
Erythroblasts, myeloblasts, monoblasts, megakaryoblasts
B12 / folate deficiency (megaloblastic anemia)
Chronic myelogenous leukemia
CD34+ maker for what
hematopoietic stem cell
Blast cells of myeloid lineage
Erythroblasts, myeloblasts, monoblasts, megakaryoblasts
50 terms
Heme/Onc: Non-SM
Identify an overall framework to use w…
Identify three types of approaches tha…
Describe the challenges of responding…
Review the techniques and benefits of…
S: Setting... P: Perception, how much does the patient already k…
1. Blunt: "Hello Kerry. Please take a seat. Your husband has…
We miss the cues, our own emotions get in the way, we want to…
Name the emotion: you seem devastated, it must be difficult/s…
Identify an overall framework to use w…
S: Setting... P: Perception, how much does the patient already k…
Identify three types of approaches tha…
1. Blunt: "Hello Kerry. Please take a seat. Your husband has…
52 terms
Heme/Onc
Where do sideroblastic and lead poison…
Increased indirect bilirubin, Increase…
A/w positive osmotic fragility test
Drugs a/w g6pd deficiency
microcytic (sidero can be macro as well)
Hemolytic anemia
Hereditary spherocytosis... - jaundice/gallstones dt incr biliru…
ASA, sulfa, nitrofurantoin, anti-malarial, dapsone... (heinz bod…
Where do sideroblastic and lead poison…
microcytic (sidero can be macro as well)
Increased indirect bilirubin, Increase…
Hemolytic anemia
326 terms
Heme-Onc
hematopoiesis
what are the 4 areas of hematopoiesis…
what are the areas of hematopoeisis in…
what are the areas of bone marrow in a…
Process of blood cell formation
yolk sac... liver... spleen ... BM
Newborn- all red marrow
sternum, ribs, vertebral bodies, pelvis, proximal humerus and…
hematopoiesis
Process of blood cell formation
what are the 4 areas of hematopoiesis…
yolk sac... liver... spleen ... BM
65 terms
_Heme/Onc
-cytopenia
-ophilia
-cytosis
polycythemia
low
high
high
increased concentration of Hb in blood (bc of high RBC ct or…
-cytopenia
low
-ophilia
high
118 terms
Heme/Onc
Low vitamin K stores at birth due to p…
Presents with intracranial (altered me…
Intramuscular vitamin K at birth treat…
This sequence on eukaryotic mRNA helps…
Neonatal vitamin K deficiency
Neonatal vitamin K deficiency
Neonatal vitamin K deficiency
Kozac sequence: (gcc)gccRccAUGG in which R is either adenine…
Low vitamin K stores at birth due to p…
Neonatal vitamin K deficiency
Presents with intracranial (altered me…
Neonatal vitamin K deficiency
91 terms
HemeOnc
vWF receptor
Fibrinogen receptor
granulocytes
mononuclear cells
GpIb
GpIIb/GPIIIa
-PMNs... -eosinophils... -basophils
-monocytes... -lymphocytes
vWF receptor
GpIb
Fibrinogen receptor
GpIIb/GPIIIa
65 terms
Heme/Onc
Lead antidote first line?
Copper antidote?
Iron antidote?
Arsenic antidote? Gold antidote?
EDTA ... then dimercaprol... then succimer... finally penicillamine
penicillamine
deferoxamine, deferasirox
dimercaprol, succimer, penicillamine
Lead antidote first line?
EDTA ... then dimercaprol... then succimer... finally penicillamine
Copper antidote?
penicillamine
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