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Leukocytosis can be defined as an increase in: c neutrophoils, eosinophils, basophils, monocytes, lyphocytes
The hallmark of differentiating myelocytes from promyelocytes morphologically is the visual identification of what in the myelocytes? b secondary granules
The granulocytic maturation process differs from the lymphocytic and monocytic - macrophage maturation process in that: b the nucleus in the granulocytic cell line eventually segments
4. Primary granules first appear in the: b promyelocyte
5. The first heavy immunoglobulin chain produced in the maturing B lymphocyte is: c mu
6. Lyphocytes can be differentiated from monocytes because monocytes have a: b more lobular nucleus and finegranular grey cytoplasm
7. The eosinophil's primary function is to: a protect the hosr from helminth parasites
8. Leukocyte migration to the tissues is regulated by leukocyte-endothelial cell recognition which requires: a interaction of adhesion molecules and their receptors
9. The adult reference range for lymphocytes found in the peripheral blood is: b 1.0 - 4.8 x 10/L
10. An 80% lymphocyte count with a total WBC count of 4.4 x 10/L on an adult would indicate a: c relative increase in lymphocytes but an absolute number in the reference range
Created by: BOMLT