Histo slides 50-90

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  1. Image UploadWhat is this photo a condition of? How is this caused?
    • Image Upload§recessive single point mutation of gene coding for B-globin of hemoglobin (normal HbA)
    • §substitution of a single amino acid valine (hydrophobic) for glutamic acid (hydrophilic)§Abnormal hemoglobin (HbS) CLUMPS under low O2 tension
  2. Image UploadWhat is this photo? What other 2 complications can it lead to and how?
    • EM of a homozygous HbS Sickle cell, more rigid and has less O2.
    • 1. Stroke- can plug vessels
    • 2. Anemia- vessels fragile & break easily
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    • A. Neutrophil (segmented nucleus, neutral stain)
    • B. Platelets/ Thrombocytes
    • C & D. Sickle Red Blood Cell
  4. Image UploadWhat condition does this person have?
    Sickle Cell Anemia; note sickle red blood cell shape.
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    • A: Howell-Jolly Bodies
    • B. DNA fragments
    • C. Normal Blast (immature RBC; still has it's nucleus)
  6. Name 1,2,3 conditions and label cells A,B, C
    • 1. Parasitic infection A. Parasite infecting RBC
    • 2. Parasitic infection B. Parasite infecting RBC
    • 3. Lead Poisoning C. Basophilic stippling
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  9. Image UploadWhat is this?
    Neutrophil. Note segmented nucleus + neutral color stain.
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    Neutrophil. Segmented nucleus
  11. Image UploadWhat is cell 3? What is A & B?
    Neutrophil A. is 3 lobed (3 or 5 is usual) B. Barr Body seen in 3% females and NOT used for sex determination.
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    • A. Neutrophil
    • B. Specific Granules
    • C. Azurophilic Granules
  13. Image UploadWhat is this?
    2 Neutrophils surrounded by RBC and some platelets.
  14. Image UploadWhat is this?
    3 Neutrophils surrounded by rbv
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    Image UploadMovement of Neutrophil
  17. Image UploadWhat does this depict? Label
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  18. Image UploadWhat is this?
    There is a large focus of neutrophils. This is a smoker's lungs.
  19. Image UploadOverall, what  condition does this tissue sample depict and how can you tell?
    Inflammation. Many WBC numerous throughout.
  20. Image UploadWhat kind of cell and label.
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  21. Image UploadWhat is this?
    Eosoniphils with specific granules that Stain BRIGHT RED and are refractive with the light microscope
  22. Image UploadWhat is this?
    EOSINOPHILES §Center of each granule has a crystalloid body with TEM§CRYSTALLOID BODIES contain:-major basic protein (MBP)-eosinophil cationic protein (ECP)-eosinophil peroxidase (EPO)-   eosinophil - derived neurotoxin (EDN)
  23. Image UploadWhat kind of cell is this? How can you tell?
    Eosinophilic granules are clearly seen. Each granule has a disk-shaped electron-dense crystalline core that appears surrounded by a matrix enveloped by a unit membrane.
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Histo slides 50-90
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