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Anemia Decreased number of red blood cells. Prefix(P) and Suffix(S) AN(without) and it's (P) EMIA(a blood condition) and it's (S)
Colloid Is liquid containing suspended particles Suffix (S), and Root(R) COLL(glue)and it's (R) OID(resembling) and it's(S)
Hematocrit (Hct) The percentage of red blood cells in the blood. Suffix(S) and Root(R)/Combining Form(C)
Hematology Medical specialty of the blood and its disorders
Hematologist Specialist in hematology.
Matrix Substance that surrounds and protects cells, is manufactured by the cells, and holds cells together.
Nutrient Constituent of food necessary for the body to function normally.
Nutrition The study of food and liquid requirements for normal function of the human body.
Nutritionist A person who specializes in the study of food and liquid requirements for normal function of the human body.
Plasma Fluid, noncellular component of blood
Serum Fluid remaining after removal of blood cells and the formation of a clot.
Vitamin Essential organic substance necessary in small amounts for normal cell function.
Platelet Small particle involved in the clotting process.
Allergist Specialist in hypersensitivity reactions. Suffix (S), Root(R) and Root(R) ALL( other strange) and it's (R) ERG( work) and it's (R) IST( Specialist)and it's (S)
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