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AGGLUTINATION IMMUNE RESPONSE THAT CAUSES THE CLUMPING OF BLOOD CELLS SECONDARY TO MIXING INCOMPATIBLE BLOOD TYPES
COLONY STIMULATING FACTORS SUBSTANCE THAT STIMULATES THE BONE MARROW TO PRODUCE WHITE BLOOD CELLS
ERYTHROCYTE RED BLOOD CELLS THAT CARRY OXYGEN
ERYTHROPOIETIN HORMONE THAT STIMULATES THE BONE MARROW TO PRODUCE RED BLOOD CELLS
HEMATOPOIESIS PRODUCTION OF BLOOD CELLS IN THE RED BONE MARROW
HEMOLYTIC DISEASE OF THE NEWBORN DESTRUCTION OF FETAL RED BLOOD CELLS THAT OCCURS WHEN AN RH- MOTHER IS PREGNANT WITH AN RH+ FETUS AND MATERNAL RH ANTIBODIES ATTACK THE FETAL CELLS
HEMOSTASIS BLOOD STOPPAGE BECAUSE OF A CLOT FORMED BY PLATELETS AND FIBRINOGEN
LEUKOCYTE WHITE BLOOD CELLS THAT PROTECT THE BODY AND FIGHT INFECTION
PLASMA FLUID PORTION OF WHOLE BLOOD
THROMBOCYTE CALLED PLATELETS
THROMBOPOIETIN HORMONE THAT STIMULATES PRODUCTION OF MEGAKARYOCYTES IN THE BONE MARROW
HEMOGLOBIN IS IRON PROTEIN WHICH BINDS TO OXYGEN AND RELEASES IT IN THE CAPILLARIES TO BE USED BY OTHER CELLS
ALBUMIN PROTEIN MADE BY THE LIVER
NEUTROPHILS ARE THE MOST NUMEROUS OF THE LEUKOCYTES THESE CELLS ACT AS PHAGOCYTES CLEANING UP SMALL DEBRIS THROUGH THE BODY AN IMMATURE NEUTROPHIL IS CALLED A BAND CELL
EOSINOPHILS ARE PRESENT IN SMALL NUMBERS IN THE BLOOD BUT INCREASE IN RESPONSE TO A PARASITIC INFECTION OR ALLERGIC REACTION
BASOPHILS PRESENT IN SMALL AMOUNTS THEY SECRETE HEPARIN AND HISTAMINE HEPARIN IS AN ANTICOAGULANT THAT PREVENTS ABNORMAL CLOTTING HISTAMINE MAKES VESSELS LEAK TISSUE FLUID AS PART OF THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE SECONDARY TO INJURY OR ALLERGIC REACTION
MONOCYTES ARE THE LARGEST OF THE WBC THEY CHANGE INTO A LARGE PHAGOCYTE CALLED MACROPHAGE TO CLEAR LARGE PARTICLES AND CLEAN DEBRIS FROM THE SITE OF AN IMMUNE RESPONSE MACROPHAGES ALSO AID IN TISSUE REPAIR BY PHAGOCYTIZING DEAD OR DAMAGED TISSUE AT AN INJURY SITE
LYMPHOCYTES SMALLEST WBC THEY INCREASE IN RESPONSE TO THE PRESENCE OF FOREIGN SUBSTANCES AND PROVIDE 2 DIFFERENT TYPES OF IMMUNITY TO THE BODY
TYPE A RED BLOOD CELLS WITH TYPE A SURFACE ANTIGENS AND PLASMA WITH ANTI-B ANTIBODIES
TYPE B RED BLOOD CELLS WITH TYPE B SURFACE ANTIGENS AND PLASMA WITH ANTI-A ANTIBODIES
TYPE AB RED BLOOD CELLS WITH BOTH TYPE A AND TYPE B SURFACE ANTIGENS AND NEITHER ANTI A NOR ANTI B PLASMA ANTIBODIES
TYPE O RED BLOOD CELLS WITH NEITHER TYPE A NOR TYPE B SURFACE ANTIGENS BUT BOTH ANTI A AND ANTI B PLASMA ANTIBODIES
MOST COMMON TYPE BLOOD O
LEAST COMMON TYPE BLOOD AB
ANEMIA DECREASE IN RED BLOOD CELLS LACK OF IRON
HEMOPHILIA MISSING CERTAIN CLOTTING PROTEINS SO THE BLOOD DOES NOT CLOT MORE COMMON IN MALES INHERITED DISORDER
HEMATOMA COLLECTION OF BLOOD UNDER THE SKIN CALLED A BRUISE
LEUKEMIA CANCER OF WBC TREATMENT INCLUDES CHEMOTHERAPY RADIATION OR BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT
SICKLE CELL ANEMIA INHERITED FROM BOTH PARENTS RBCS ARE SICKLE SHAPED OR C SHAPED AND CANNOT DELIVER OXYGEN EFFICIENTLY MORE COMMON IN THOSE OF AFRICAN ANCESTRY
THALASSEMIA INHERITED DISORDER FROM BOTH PARENTS TYPE OF ANEMIA WHERE RBCS ARE SMALLER THAN NORMAL AND HAVE REDUCED AMOUNT OF HEMOGLOBIN MORE COMMON IN THOSE OF MEDITERRANEAN ANCESTRY
THROMBOCYTOPENIA DECREASE IN NUMBER OF PLATELETS BECAUSE OF VIRUS TRAUMA BLOOD TRANSFUSION MEDICATIONS OR UNKNOWN CAUSE
FORMED ELEMENTS TOP PLASMA 55% WHOLE BLOOD MIDDLE BUFFY COAT LEUKOCYTES AND PLATELETS 1% WHOLE BLOOD BOTTOM ERTHROCYTES 45% WHOLE BLOOD
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