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Where are the greatest number of mature neutrophils contained?
Storage Pool
Dog WBC
6-17 x10^3/microL
Cat WBC
5-19 x10^3/microL
Horse WBC
5-14 x10^3/microL
Dog WBC
5-8 x10^6/microL
Cat WBC
6-10 x10^6/microL
Horse WBC
6-10 x10^6/microL
Dog TP
8 g/dL
Cat TP
8 g/dL
Horse TP
8 g/dL
Dog HCT
37-54%
Cat HCT
30-47%
Horse HCT
32-47%
Dog glucose
77-125 mg/dL
Cat glucose
76-145 mg/dL
Horse glucose
75-135 mg/dL
Immature neutrophil
band cell
hemogram
PCV, WBC count, DIFF, Hb, TP
microliter =
1.0 mm^3
Estimated Hb
PCV/3
Estimated WBC count
PCV/6
Hematopoiesis
Manufacturing of blood cells in bone marrow.
manufacturing of RBC's
hematopoiesis
manufacturing of platelets
thrombopoiesis
manufacturing of WBC's
leukocytopoisis
Red, blue, or non-staining granules in cytoplasm
Granulocytes
Granulocytes
Neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
Red staining granules
Eosinophil
Blue/black staining granules
Basophil
Non-staining granules
Neutrophil
Agranulocytes
Lymphocyte, Monocyte
Ameoboid-type nucleus
Monocyte
Round nucleus
Lymphocyte
T-Cell
Lymphocyte; Cell-mediated immunity
B-cell
Lymphocyte; humoral immunity
NK
Lymphocyte; Natural Killer
Granulopoiesis
manufacturing of Neutrophils
"segs"
segmenters; Neutrophils
What makes RBC's red?
Iron molecules in hemoglobin
Normal WBC count
20-50 Leukocytes/ 10x field
Normal platelet numbers
20-60 platelets/ 100x field
-cytosis
Increase in
-philia
Increase in
-penia
Decrease in
Leukocytosis
Increase in WBC's
Granulocytosis
Increase in Neutrophils
Neutrophilia
Increase in Neutrophils
Monocytosis
Increase in Monocytes
Neutropenia
Decrease in Neutrophils
Lymphopenia
Decrease in Lymphocytes
Eosinopenia
Decrease in Eosinophils
Eosinophilia
Increase in Eosinophils
Most common WBC's
Lymphocytes and Neutrophils
Measure leukocytes you see under oil as:
The # of WBC's per microLiter
Neutrophils are sometimes called:
Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes
Agranulocytes are sometimes called
Mononuclear Leukocytes
N:L of Carnivors
>1.0
N:L of Horses and Swine
= 1.0
N:L of Ruminants
<1.0
Only leukocyte that migrates back into bloodstream
Lymphocyte
Go after anitgens --> 'Killers' 'Helpers' 'Mediators'
T-Lymphocytes
Made in the Thymus
T-Lymphocytes
Cause of autoimmune disease
T-Lymphocytes go after antigens
Makes immunoglobulins in the bone
B-Lymphocytes
Agranulocyte w/ vacules
Monocyte
All monocytes are destined to become:
Macrophages (amoeba)- live for years
Diapedesis
movement of blood cells through the tissues
Kuppfer cells of liver
Stationary Tissue Macrophage
MPS
Mononeuclear phagocyte system;

Monocyte --> Tissue Macrophage --> Antigen
Ig formation:
Chemical signal to B-lympohcyte --> Plasma Cell --> Immunoglobulin
Has granules that contain powerful lysozymes and histaminase
Eosinophil
Opsonization
Slowing down of antigens
All freely circulating neutrophils are called:
the Circulating Neutrophil Pool (CNP)
Body that indicates something is wrong
Doehle Body