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Lymphatic System


Most abdundant Plasma Protein Albumin
A Condition in which there are insufficient levels of Hemoglobin in the red blood cells Anemia
Proteins secreted by B lymphocytes from the spleen, lymph tissue, nodes, and bone marrow that attack infected cells. Antibody
Agent that works against the formation of blood clots Anticoagulant
Invading foreign that induces the formation of antibodies Antigen
Fluid that circulates through the heart, arteries, veins, and capilliaries Blood
Blood Cell Corpuscle
Immature Red Blood Cell Erythroblast
Red Blood Cell Erythrocyte
Insoluble protein formed from fibrinogen by the action of thrombin in the blood clotting process Fibrin
Plasma protein found in body fluids and cells Globulin
Physician that specializes in the study of blood Hematologist
The study of Blood Hematology
Destruction of red blood cells Hemolysis
Excessive Bleeding Hemorrhage
Control or Stopping the bleeding Hemostasis
Condition of excessive amounts of calcium in the blood Hypercalcemia
Condition of excessive sugar in the blood Hyperglycemia
Condition of excessive fat in the blood Hyperlipemia
Condition of deficient amounts of sugar in the blood Hypoglycemia
Deficient amount of oxygen in the blood, cells, tissues(anoxia, Hypoxemia) Hypoxia
White Blood Cell Leukocyte
Lack of White Blood Cells Leukocytopenia
Inflammation of lymph glands Lymphadenitis
The Clumping of Cells Agglutination
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