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Medical Terminology

Unit 4 - Blood, the Lymphatic and Immune Systems - Word Building Assignments

QuestionAnswer
inflammation of lymphatic vessels lymphangitis
abnormal decrease in white blood cells leukopenia
decreased or comprised immune response immunodeficiency
mass of extravasated blood hematoma
destruction red blood cells hemolysis
enlargement of spleen splenomegaly
abnormal increase in number of white blood cells leukocytosis
immature bone marrow cell myeloblast
malignant neoplasm originating form lymphocytes lymphoma
pathogenic microorganisms in the blood septicemia
large platelet macrothrombocyte
easily stained with red dye eosinophilic
radiographic investigations lympahtic vessels lymphangiography
science of structure and form of organisms morphology
combintaonof protein and nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) nucleoprotein
enlargement of lymph nodes lymphadenopathy
small phagocytes microphage
linear strand of DNA that carries genetic information choromsome
erythroblasts in the blood erythroblastosis
Created by: jaicasha