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WK10 A&P shortanswer

Week 10 A&P short answer

QuestionAnswer
Basophils WBC'S
Reference range=250,000 to 450,000/mm3 Thrombocytes
Immature platelets Megakarocytes
Blood without anticoagulant Serum
Neck Jugular vein
Kidney Renal vein
Erythrocytes RBC'S
Granulocytes WBC'S
Arm Radial/Brachial vein(1st choice)
Immature monocytes Monoblast
Reference range 500 to 9000/mm3 Leukocytes
Carry deoxygenated blood toward the heart Veins
Blood with anticoagulant Plasma
Immature RBC'S Reticulocytes
Reticulocytes RBC'S
Neutrophils WBC'S (there are 5 types of WBC)
Heart Vena Cava
Liver Hepatic vein
Immature granulocytes Myelocytes
Thrombocytes Platelets
Carry oxygenated blood away from the heart Arteries
Undifferentiated immature blood cells Stem cells
Eosinophils WBC'S
Reference range=4.5 to 5.5 million/mm3 Erythrocytes
Microscopic vessels that link arterioles and venules Capillaries
Leukocytes WBC'S
Leg Great saphenous vein or Tibial vein
Created by: blood guy