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Phlebotomy Ch. 12

Ch. 12 key terms

QuestionAnswer
Heel bone Calcaneus
Inadequate thyroid hormone production in newborn infants Congential hypothyroidism
Pertaining to the skin Dermal
hemorrhagic discoloration Ecchymoses
Area of the blood smear where the microscopic examination is performed Feathered edge
Genetic disorder in which the enzyme needed to metabolize galactose is about Galactosemia
Apperating yellow Jaundiced
A sample less than 1 ml in size Microsample
Inflamationof bone and cartilage Osteochondritis
Pertaining to the palm of the hand Palmar
Naturally occurring amino acid Phenylalanine
Presence of abnormal phenylalanine metabolites in the urine Phenylketonuria
Pertaining to the soul of the foot Planter
Initial blockage of a vascular puncture by platelets Platelet plug
Pertaining to the palm side of the forearm Volar
Created by: theboger03