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WK8 A&P match terms

Week eight match the terms

QuestionAnswer
Any irregularity in the shape of RBC'S Poikilocytosis
an oxygen containing protein in RBC'S Hemoglobin
Formation of RBC'S Erythropoiesis
Deficiency in numbers of RBC'S Erythrocytopenia
Destruction of RBC'S Hemolysis
Reduction of hemoglobin in RBC"S Hypochromia
Variation in size of RBC'S Anisocytosis
Abnormal numbers of round, rather than normally bi-concave RBC'S Spherocytosis
Increase in number of small RBC'S; erythemia Polycythemia Vera
Increase in numbers of RBC'S Macrocytosis
Separation of blood so that the percentage of RBC'S in relation to the volume of a blood sample is measured Hemocrit
Created by: blood guy