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quiz 2, chapter 10

AB Blood type universal recipient
agglutination clumping of foreign cells, induced by cross-linking of antigen-antibody complexes
Antigen any substance- including toxins, foreign proteins, or bacteria- that, when introduced to the body, is recognized as foreign and activities the immune system.
coagulation clotting of the blood
hemolytic disease of newborn anemic baby and becomes hypoxic and cyanotic
hemophilia an inherited clotting defect caused by absence of blood clotting factor.
blood type o universal donor
thrombocytopenia from an insufficient number of circulating platelets
thrombus a fixed clot that develops and persists in an unbroken blood vessel
embolus moving blood clot
Created by: RobertVoje