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What is the sequence of granulopoiesis?
myeloblast
promyelocyte
myelocyte
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metamyelocyte
band
segmenter
What are the 2 primary functions of neutrophils?
phagocytosis
microbicidal action
What stages of neutrophils are in the storage pool?
metamyelocyte
band
segmenter
The storage pool holds a how many day supply of cells?
5
What are the leukogram findings for physiologic neutrophilia?
mild neutrophilia

lymphocytosis

normal baso, eos, and monocytes
What is the mediator for pseudoneutrophilia?
epi
What species is physiologic neutrophilia common in?
young healthy cats
Does corticosteriod-induced neutrophilia usually have a left shift?
no
What does the leukogram look like in corticosteroid-induced neutrophilia?
neutrophilia
lymphopenia
eosinopenia
monocytosis in dog and cat
What causes the neutrophilia in corticosteroid-induced neutrophilia?
decreased migration

increased bone marrow release

decreased stickiness of neutrophils