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erythrocyte
anucleate, biconcave, energy source, glucose annaerobically degraded to lactate.memb, cl-bicarb. antiport. rbc transport co2 periphery to lungs
Leukocytes
B.E.N. basophils, eosinophils, neutrophils
mononuclear L.M.( lymphoctes, momnocytes. infections. 4000-10,000
Basophils
allergic reactions, < 1%. bilobate nuc. stains with basic stain, DENSELY basophilic granules. HEPARIN HISTAMINE. SRS-A
Mast cells
allergic reactions. DEGRANULATION release HISTAMINE HEPARIN EOSINOPHILS CHEMOTACTIC FACTORS binds IgE to membrane. TYPE I hypersensitvity. CROMOLYN SULFATE prevents DEGRANULATION
Eosinophils
1-6 % BILOBATE LARGE eosinophilic granules of UNIFORM size. defends
HELMINTHIC PROTAZOAN
MAJOR BASIC PROTEIN
phagocytic for antigen-antobody complex
Causes of eosinophilisa
NAACP
NEOPLASTIC ASTHA ALLERIGIC COLLAGEN VASCULAR DISEASE PARASITES
Neutrophils
ACCUTE INFLAMATORY RESPONSE
40-75% of wbc. MULTILOBED NUC.
large spherical azuruphlic 1 granules, HYDROLYTIC LYSOZYMES MYEELOPEROXIDASE LACTOFERRIN.
poly HYPERSEGMENTED b12/folate deficiency
Monocytes
2-10% LARGE KIDNEY SHAPED nuc. FROSTED GLASS cytoplasm
DIFFERENTIATES into macrophages in tissues
Lymphocytes
SMALL ROUND DENSE stain nuc.
small AMT PALE cytoplasm
B lymphocytes
produce antibodies
T lymphocytes
REGULATE b lymphocytes.
IMMUNE response.
REGULATE macrophages
B Lymphocytes (detailed)
HUMORAL immune response
arise from BONE MARROW stem cells. MATURES in marrow.
MIGRATES to peripheral lymp.
FOLLICLES of Lymph
WHITE pulp spleen
on antigen encounter.
DIFFERENTIATES plasma cell,
produce antibodies
CD 19 CD 20.
has MEMORY
ANTIGEN PRESENTING CELL
MHC II
Plasma cell
OFF CENTER NUC.
CLOCK FACE chromatin distribution
lots of RER well developed GOLGI
MULTIPLE MYELOMA