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Anemia abnormal condition characterized by a reduction in the number of circulating red blood cells or the amount of normal hemoglobin available to carry oxygen
Bands immature neutrophils that have banned its shape of the nucleus
Erythrocytes red blood cell
Hyperglycemia abnormal increase in serum glucose
Hyperkalemia greater than normal amounts of potassium in the blood
Hypernatremia greater than normal concentration of sodium in the blood; caused by excessive loss of water and electrolytes owing to polyurea, diarrhea, excessive sweating, or inadequate water intake
Hypochloremia decreasing the chloride level in the blood serum below the normal range
Hypoglycemia less than normal amount of glucose in the blood, usually caused by administration of too much insulin, excessive secretion of insulin by the islet cells of the pancreas, or by dietary deficiency (normal blood glucose levels range from 70 to 105 mg/dL)
Hypokalemia condition in which an inadequate amount of potassium, the major intracellular cation, is found in the circulating bloodstream you
Hyponatremia less than normal concentration of sodium in the blood, caused by inadequate excretion of water or by excessive water in the circulating blood stream
Leukocytes white blood cell, one of the formed elements of the circulating blood system
Leukocytosis abnormal increase in the number of circulating white blood cells
Leukopenia abnormal decrease in white blood cells
Neutropenia abnormal decrease in the number of neutrophils in the blood
Neutrophilia elevation of the absolute value of neutrophils
Polycythemia abnormal increase in the number of erythrocytes in the blood; term secondary if attributable to defined causes other than direct stimulation of the bone marrow, such as occurs in chronic hypoxemia
Pseudoneutrophilia segmented neutrophils stored in some blood vessels that respond to a marginated process process
Segs mature neutrophils (named for the shape of the nucleus)
Thrombocytes platelets
Thrombocytopenia abnormal condition in which the number of blood platelets is reduced, usually associated with neoplastic diseases or an immune response to drug
Created by: smiddleton