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Leukocytes, Blood Types & Abnormalities of Red Morphology

QuestionAnswer
basophils make up 0-1% of leukocytes in blood
function of basophils contains heparin, which prevents clotting, and histamine, which is involved in allergic reaction responses
eosinophils make up 1-4% of leukocytes in blood
function of eosinophils phagocytic cells involved in allergic reactions
neutrophils make up 50-70% of leukocytes in blood
function of neutrophils phagocytic cell that accumulates at sited of infection
lymphocyte is a mononuclear
basophil is a granulocyte
eosinophil granulocyte
neutrophil granulocyte
lymphocytes make up 20-40% of leukocytes in blood
function of lymphocytes controls immune responses by making antibodies to antigens
monocyte is a mononuclear
monocytes make up 3-8% of leukocytes in blood
function of monocytes phagocytic cell that becomes a macrophage & digests bacteria & tissue debris
What % of the population is type A blood type? 41%
What % of the population is type B blood type? 10%
What % of the population is type AB blood type? 4%
What % of the population is type O blood type? 45%
What % of the population is Rh+? 85%
What % of the population is Rh-? 15%
What is the red cell antigen for type A blood type? A
What is the red cell antigen for type B blood type? B
What is the red cell antigen for type AB blood type? A and B
What is the red cell antigen for type O blood type? neither A nor B
What is the red cell antigen for Rh+? Rh factor
What is the red cell antigen for Rh-? no Rh factor
What is the plasma antibody for type A blood type? Anti-B
What is the plasma antibody for type B blood type? Anti-A
What is the plasma antibody for type AB blood type? neither anti-A nor anti-B
What is the plasma antibody for type O blood type? anti-A or anti-B
What is the plasma antibody for for Rh+? no anti-Rh
What is the plasma antibody for for Rh-? anti-Rh
anti-Rh occurs is an Rh- person is given Rh+ blood
anisocytosis cells are unequal in size
hypochromia cells have reduced color, less hemoglobin
macrocytosis cells are large
microcytosis cells are small
poikilocytosis cells are irregularly shaped
spherocyosis cells are rounded
platlets make up a 3rd of the blood cells
small irregular cells are formed when megakaryocytes fragment platlets
Created by: lfrancois