Hem Lec Ch6

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  1. The everage diameter of an erythrocyte is ?
    7.2 micromiters
  2. Macrocytic means?
    Larger then normal
  3. Microcytic means?
    smaller then normal
  4. Anisocytosis means?
    variation in erythrocyte Size
  5. Poikilocytosis means?
    variation in erythrocyte Shape
  6. another name for normal erythrocyte is?
    Discocyte
  7. Oval macrocyte is ?
    megalocyte
  8. Target cell is?
    Codocyte
  9. Sickle cell is?
    Drepanocyte
  10. The cell with shot, scalloped, or spike like projections that are regularly distributed around the cell is called?
    Echinocyte
  11. The scooped - out part of an erythrocyte that remains after the blister cell raptures is known as?
    Helmet cell
  12. Fragments of erythrocytes are called?
    Schistocytes
  13. Compact round shape cells are known as?
    Spherocytes
  14. Name erythrocyte that is associated with a defect in nuclear maturation
    Macrocytes
  15. Name erythrocyte that is associated with a decrease in hemoglobin synthesis ?
    Microcyte
  16. cell that has an imbalance between erythrocytes and plasma lipids is ?
    Acanthocyte
  17. Sickle cell results from?
    gelation of polymerized deoxygenated Hb S
  18. Polychromatophylia is?
    • a blue colored erythrocyte when colored with Wright stain.
    • caused by diffusely distributed RNA in the cytoplasm.
    • equivalent to a reticulocyte when stained with a supravital stain
  19. Rouleaux formation is?
    arrangement of erythrocytes in groups that resembles stacks of coins.
  20. Basophilic stripping is ?
    • an erythrocyte inclusion
    • granules composed of RNA and ribosomes
  21. Basofilic stripping is the result of what disorder?
    Lead poisoning
  22. Howell - Jolly bodies are
    • erythrocyte inclusion
    • compossed of: DNA
  23. Howell - Jolly bodies is the result of which disorder?
    Pernicious anemia
  24. Pappenheimer bodies are?
    • erythrocyte inclusion 
    • composed of:aggregates of iron, mitochondria and ribosomes.
  25. Pappenheimer bodies is the result of which disorder?
    Iron Loading Anemia
  26. Heinz bodies are?
    • type of erythrocyte inclusion
    • composed of: precipitated denatured hemoglobin
  27. Heinz bodies result from which condition?
    G6DP deficiency
  28. Disorder that is associated with formation of Macrocytes is?
    Pernicious anemia
  29. Disorder that is associated with formation of Microcytes is?
    Iron deficiency anemia
  30. Disorder that is associated with formation of Acanthocytes is?
    Abetalipoproteinemia
  31. Disorder that is associated with formation of Echinocytes is?
    no related disease state
  32. Disorder that is associated with formation of Leptocytes is?
    Hepatic disorder
  33. Disorder that is associated with formation of Microspherocytes is?
    Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn
  34. Disorder that is associated with formation of Codocytes is?
    Hemoglobinopathies
  35. Disorder that is associated with formation of Dacryocytes is?
    Pernicious anemia
  36. Nantucket island is an _________ area for ___?
    • endemic 
    • Babesiosis
  37. _______ infection shares many of the same symptoms as ___________
    • Babesiosis
    • Plasmodium falciparium maleria
  38. which malaria species are:
    The most predominant species worldwide
    12-14 merozoites
    may contain Schuffner dots or granules
    Plasmodium vivax

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