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Chapter 18

Veterinary Medical Terminology Fourth Edition

Agglutination clumping together of cells or particles.
Assay assessment or test to determine the number of of organisms,cells and amount of chemical substance found in a sample
CBC means? Complete blood count.
How many type of blood cells are there and what are the names 3. Names are erythrocytes, leukocytes and thrombocytes.
Differential Diagnostic evaluation of the number and types of white blood cells per cubic millimeter of blood.
Diluent liquid used to make a dilution.
Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay laboratory test to determine either antigen or antibody in blood
Hematocrit percentage of erythrocytes in blood.
Hemogram Record of the finding in examination of blood
Immunofluorescence method of tagging antibodies.
Leukogram numeric and descriptive data in the distribution and appearance.
Profile group of laboratory tests performed on serum.
Prothrombin time diagnostic evaluation of the number of seconds needed for thromboplastin to coagulate plasma
Radioimmunoassay a technique in which a radioactively labeled substance is mixed with a blood specimen.
Red Cell Count Number of erythrocytes per cubic millimeter of blood.
Serology Laboratory study of serum and the reactions of antigens and antibodies
White Cell Count Number of leukocytes per cubic millimeter of blood
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