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condition/increase in red germ/bud
erythroblastosis
condition of bad bone marrow formation
myelodysplasia
instrument for measuring cell blood
hemocytometer
spleen to burst forth
splenorrhagia
inflammation of gland's clear fluid
lymphadenitis
pertaining to safe poisin
immunotoxic
condition/increase of a net cell
reticulocytosis
condition/process of disease of thymus gland
thymopathy
pertaining to white cells
leukocytic
record clear fluid of vessel
lymphangiogram
enlargement of spleen
splenomegaly
before bone marrow cell
promyelocyte
abnormal reduction in white blood cell
leukocytopenia
excision/removal of spleen
splenectomy
formation of juice
chylopoiesis
clear fluid tumor
lymphoma
study of cell form
cytomorphology
breaking down of blood
hemolysis
a blood condition without
anemia
changing stops
metastasis
abnormal reduction of neutrophils
neutropenia
white blood cell
leukocyte
formation of blood
hematopoiesis
enlargement of the spleen
splenomegaly
an abnormally reduced number of red blood cells
erythropenia
pertaining to the thymus gland
thymic
white cells without granules in their nuclei
agranulocytes
a granular leukocyte named for its attraction to the rose color stain of its granules
eosinophil
red blood cell
erythrocyte
reduced number of all cellular components in the blood
pancytopenia
eat or swallow
phag/o
clot
thromb/o
juice
chyl/o
formation
plas/o
color
chrom/o
blood
hem/o
safe
immun/o
germ or bud
blast/o
procedure of counting the number of leukocytes in the blood
white blood count
WBC
blood study that determines the amount of pigment in RBCs
hemoglobin
HGB
blood study that determines packed red blood cell volume
hematocrit
HCT
classification of WBC's performed in a
differential count
MCV, MCH, MCHC used to classify types of
anemia
(mean corpuscular: volume, hemoglobin, hemoglobin concentration)
venipuncture
phlebotomy
hodgkin disease is a type of
lymphoma
PT
prothrombin time
ESR
erythrocyte sedimentation rate
PTT
partial thromboplastin time
CBC
complete blood count
small red blood cells
microcytosis
large, irregular RBCs
poikilocytosis
polymorphonuclear WBCs
neutrophils
WBC termed "one cell"
monocyte
WBC with rose-stained granules
eosinophil
agranulocyte active in immunity
lymphocyte
WBC with dark-stained granules
basophil
thrombocyte
platelet
RBC
erythrocyte
WBC with granules
granulocyte
RBCs of unequal size
anisocytosis
large red blood cells
macrocytosis
impaired ability to provide an immune response
immunosuppression
test tube method of matching a donor's blood to the recipient
cross matching
syndrome caused by HIV
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
condition characterized by increase in mononuclear cells caused by the Epstein-Barr virus
mononucleosis
removal of plasma from the body, extraction of specific elements, then reinfusion
plasmapheresis