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Hem1 WBC details

More details about WBCs for 3rd test in Hem1 DelTech Owens

Three functions of the bone marrow pool are ... proliferation, maturation, storage
Myeloblasts, promyelocytes, and myelocytes are all proliferating cells capable of __. mitosis
What kind of WBC is approximately 15-20um in size, has delicate but prominent nucleoli, and is nonfunctional? myeloblast
What kind of WBC is approximately 20um or greater in size, has a nucleoli that's beginning to fade, and blue cytoplasm with Myeloperoxidase in its granules? promyelocyte
Three proliferating cells capable of mitosis are ... myeloblasts, promyelocytes, myelocytes
What kind of WBC is smaller than a promyelocyte, has motility, a round to oval nucleus with a flattened side near the golgi apparatus, and azurophilic granules? myelocyte
What kind of WBC has a nucleus that's less than 50% indented, clumped chromatin, both secondary and primary granules? metamyelocyte
What kind of WBC has a nucleus that's indented by more than 50%, full motility, adhesion properties, and all secondary granules in the cytoplasm? band
What kind of WBC has a multilobed nucleus held together by strands, a mult-segmented nucleus, and a clumped, lobulated nucleus? seg
Dohle bodies, vacuoles, and toxic granulation means the WBC is __. digesting something
What are two examples of a markers that denote a cell that is an opsonin? immunoglobulins and complements
What kind of cell has red-eosin secondary granules, can be find in greater numbers during an allergic reaction, and fights parasites? eosinophil
What kind of cell is deep purple to black in color, has irregularly shaped granules, has 2 lobes, has granules with both heparin and histamine in them, and a high affinity for IgE (allergy antibodies)? basophil
What kind of WBC is usually seen in tissue and rarely seen in the blood stream? basophil
True or false: The maturation sequence of a monocyte is monoblast, promonocyte, monocyte, then free or fixed macrophage. True
A free macrophage can be found in the __ __. blood stream
A fixed macrophage can be found in the __, __, or __. spleen, liver, or thymus
What kind of agranular WBC has an eccentric nucleus, 1 to 2 nucleoli, and is usually seen in the bone marrow and spleen? monoblast
What kind of agranular WBC is the same size as monoblast, has some granulation, has a moncytoid appearance, and is motile for phagocytosis? promonocyte
What kind of WBC has a varying granular content, great morphological variety, an indented nucleus, and is very motile? monocyte
What kind of WBC is an anti-tumor cell, is usually find in tissue and not in the blood stream, and is either free or fixed? macrophage
Where can fixed macrophages be found in the body? nervous system, hepatic system, spleen, bone marrow, lymph nodes
What kind of cell produces antibodies and lymphokines and antigen receptors? lymphocytes
Lymph nodes can be found __ in the body. everywhere
What kind of cell can vary in size depending on the activity of the cell, has a skimpy cytoplasm, a few azurophilic granules, and is usually around 9 to 15um in size? lymphocyte
What kind of cell is 10 to 18um in size, has a round to oval nucleus, loose chromatin, and a blue cytoplasm? lymphoblast
What kind of cell is 10 to 18um in size, has a lighter blue cytoplasm than the blast form, and less prominent nucleoli? prolymphocyte
What kind of cell has a dark blue cytoplasm with a pale area near the nucleus with a maltese cross shape? Plasma cell
CMV, EBV, syphillis, toxoplasmosis, hepatitis, and tuberculosis are all causes of __ __. reactive lymphocytosis
What kind of cell has a darker chromatin than a monocyte, a faintly stained multiple nucleoli with an elliptic to cleave to folded shape? reactive lymph
Created by: IsaacJ
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