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Pathophysioogy II

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where does hematopoesis occur? Prenatally occurs in yolk sac  liver  bone marrow Child: marrow of all bones Adult: bone marrow of skull, vertebrae, pelvis, sternum, ribs, scapula and proximal epiphysis of long bones (femur, humerus)
COLONY STIMULATING FACTORS (CSF) regulates what? Regulates the proliferation and differentiation of bone marrow stem cells (primarily leukocytes)
What happens to (CSF) in healthy people? due to disease maintained, increase proliferation in populations with disease
CSF given therapeutically to whom?
What are hematopoetic stem cells?
Hematopoetic stem cells are _______________, but what happens when they commit to a pathway?
What is the cornerstone of the immune system? lymphoid cells
Created by: 696592119