Lab Review: Hematology( WBC)

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Lab Review: Hematology( WBC)
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  1. What two cells come from the pluripotent stem cell?ML
    • myeloid
    • lymphoid
  2. What cells come from the lymphoid cstem cell?
    B and T lymphocytes
  3. What comes from the myeloid stem cell?
    • thrombocytes
    • RBC's
    • WBC's
  4. Life cycle of  a WBC: MPMM
    • myeloblast
    • promyelocyte
    • myelocyte
    • metamyelocyte
  5. Just for review life cycle of RBC:RPRMRE
    • rubriblast
    • prorubricyte
    • rubricyte
    • metarubricyte
    • reticulocyte
    • erythrocyte
  6. Are Neutrophils granuloytes?
    yes just typically can't see the granules
  7. left shift
    inc in band cells
  8. right shift
    inc in segmented cells
  9. granular
    pink
    segmented
    eosinophils
  10. not commonly seen
    purple
    granular
    anaphylaxis
    basophils
  11. high nucleus to cytoplasm ratio
    lymphocytes
  12. largest WBC
    vacuoles
    monocytes
  13. Name the granulocytes
    • BEN
    • basophil
    • eosinophil
    • neutrophil
  14. Name the agranulocytes
    • lymphocytes
    • monocytes
  15. Name the phagocytes
    • MEN
    • monocytes
    • eosinophils
    • basophils
  16. Monocytes exist in blood and tissue. What are they called in the tissue?
    What does this let them do?
    • macrophages
    • survive many cycles
  17. Another name for WBC count
    differential
  18. Most abundant WBC
    neutrophil
  19. Least abundant WBC
    basophil
  20. Seen more with inflammation/first line of defense
    neutrophil
  21. Seen with parasites and allergies
    eosinophil
  22. Seen with severe allergic reactions
    Granules contain histamine and heparin
    basophils
  23. Incharge of immune response T and B cells
    lymphocytes
  24. Seen with chronic inflammation
    Most powerful phagocyte
    monocytes
  25. When running a differential which amount is more important?
    absolute rather than relative(%)

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