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Associated With Clot Form Coagul/o -Anticoagulant, Coagulopathy Thromb/o -Thrombocyte, Thrombosis
Associated with the hematological/ immunological systems Hem/o, Hematologists/o -Hemolysis, Hematology Cyst/o -Erythrocyte, Thrombocytosis Leuk/o -Leukocytes, Leukemia
Phleb/o, Ven/o Phlebotomy, Venospasm
Lymph/o Lymphadenitis, Lymphoma
Myel/o Myelitis, Myelodysplasia
-Emia Anemia, Leukemia
Tonsill/o Tonsillitis, Tonsillectomy
Splen/o Splenomegaly, Splenectomy
Thym/o Thymoma, Thymectomy
Immum/o Immunology, Immunoglobulin
-Penia Cytopenia
Professional terms associated with blood anatomy Antigen, Antibody, Immunoglobulin, Hemoglobin
Blood cell counts CBC, RBC, Hct, Hgb, PLT, WBC
Hematological functions ESR, INR, PT, PTT
Hematological diagnostic procedures and measurements NCAT
Hematological abnormal conditions or diseases ALL, AML, CML, DIC, HUS, ITP, TTP
Immunological diagnostic procedures and measurements IV(not solely related to immunological system), IVIG
Immunological abnormal conditions or diseases HIV, AIDS, EBV, HSM, LAD
Professional terms associated with conditions of blood Perfusion
Apheresis Transfusions
Ischemia Blood disorder platelets and clotting
Hematocrit Associated with blood and lymphatic systems
Conditions of red blood cell size Normocyte, Anisocytosis, Macrocytosis, Microcytosis
Created by: bridgetleyva
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