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Blood & Lymph System

The Blood & Lymphatic Systems-Hematology & Immunology

elliptocyte oval-shaped red blood cell
thrombocyte cell that helps blood clot (platelet)
reticuloctye immature red blood cell (net-like appearance)
thrombus stationary blood clot
embolus a mass of matter present in the blood; from the Greek work for stopper, as in the cap on a bottle
thromboembolism blockage of a vessel (embolism) caused by a blood clot (thrombus) that has broken off from where it formed
phleb/o vein
hemolytic anemia anemia caused by the destruction of red blood cells
petechia small bruise
ecchymosis large bruise
Created by: bmack10