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Lab one RBC test

Lab one Red Blood cell test

TermDefinition
Acanthocyte "Spur Cell"
Association of Acanthocyte Liver disease and post splenectomy
Codocyte "Target Cell"
Association of Codocyte Thalassemia, post splenectomy, Liver disease
Dacrocyte "Teardrop"
Association of Dacrocyte Thalassemia and Myelofibrosis
Degamacyte "Bite Cell"
Association of Degamacyte G6PD Deficiency Hemolytic Anemia
Drepanocyte Sickle Cell
Association of Drepanocyte Sickle Cell anemia
Echinocyte "Burr Cell"
Association of Echinocyte Renal failure-uremia, Post Transfusion, liver disease. burns
Elliptocyte "Pencil Cell"
Association of Elliptocyte Iron deficiency, Anemia, Heredity Elliptocytosis
Association of Hemoglobin C crystals Hemoglobin C disease, Hemoglobin SC disease
Association of Macrocyte vitamin B12 deficiency and Folic acid deficiency
Association of Microcyte Thalassemia and Iron deficiency anemia
Association of Red Cell Agglutinate Cold Autoimmune-Hemolytic Anemia and Multiple Myeloma
Association of Rouleaux Chronic liver disease and chronic inflammatory disease
Schistocyte "Helmet Cell"
Association of Schistocyte Microangiopathic-hemolytic Anemia
Association of Spherocyte Autoimmune-hemolytic Anemia
Stomatocyte "coin slot"
Association of stomatocyte Liver disease and hereditary stomatocytosis
Howell Jolly Bodies DNA inclusions
Association of Howell Jolly Bodies Post Splenectomy and Hemolytic Anemia
Heinz Bodies Hemoglobin
Association of Heinz bodies G6PD deficiency and unstable-hemoglobin syndrome
Papperheimer bodies Iron deposits
Association of Papperheimer bodies Post-splenectomy. Hemolytic anemia, and thalassemia
Cabot Rings Non-Hemoglobin and Iron
Association of Cabot Rings Megaloblastic Anemia, Thalassemia, and Post-splenectomy
Basophilic Stippling Ribosomes
Association of Basophilic stippling lead poisoning, thalassemia, sickle cell
Formula for MCV Hct x 10/ RBC
Formula for MCH Hbg x 10/ RBC
Formula for MCHC Hgb x 100/ Hct
Normal value for RBC (Male) 4.5-6.2 million/mm cubed
Normal value for RBC (Female) 4.0- 5.5 million/mm cubed
Normal value for MCV 80- 100 fL
Normal value for MCH 27-31 pg
Normal value for MCHC 32-36%
Normal value for thrombocytes 150,000-400,000/mm cubed
Normal value for RDW 11.5-14.5%
Normal value for retic 0.5-1.5
Hemoglobin red protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood of vertebrates.
Oxyhemoglobin a bright red substance formed by the combination of hemoglobin with oxygen, present in oxygenated blood.
Hemolysis the rupture or destruction of red blood cells.
Normocytic characterized by red blood cells that are normal in size and usually also in hemoglobin content
Microcytic a small red blood cell present especially in some anemias
Macrocytic an exceptionally large red blood cell occurring chiefly in anemias
hypochromic marked by or being red blood cells with deficient hemoglobin
Anisocytosis red blood cells are of unequal size.
Step 1 in thrombocyte progression Stem Cells
Step 2 in thrombocyte progression Megakaryoblast
Step 3 inthrombocyte progression Promegakaryocyte
Step 4 thrombocyte progression Megakaryocyte w/out thrombocytes
Step 5 thrombocyte progression Metamegakaryocyte w/ thrombocytes
Step 6 thrombocyte progression Thrombocyte
Location of RBC production Bone Marrow of ribs and pelvis
Life span of RBC 120 days
Life span of thrombocytes 7 to 10 days
Created by: Celeste.bell
 

 



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