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What is indicated by the arrow?
Neutrophil

Note: Multilobed nucleus, slightly larger than RBC
What is indicated by the arrow?
Neutrophil

Note: Multilobed nucleus, slightly larger than RBC
What is indicated by the arrow?
Neutrophil

Note: Multilobed nucleus, slightly larger than RBC
What is indicated by the arrow?
Lymphocyte

Note: Round nucleus, very slightly visible cytoplasm
What is indicated by the arrow?
Monocyte

Note: Large, 2x size of RBC
What is indicated by the arrow?
Eosinopril

Note: Only WBC with red cytoplasm
What is indicated by the arrow?
Basophil
What is indicated by the arrow?
Megakaryocyte
What is shown here?
Bone marrow
What are the 3 granulocytes?
Neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils
What are the 2 agranulocytes?
Lymphocytes and monocytes
What is the instrument used to count platelets or other blood cells?
Hemocytometer or Coulter counter
When does your WBC count increase?
It increases when your body has been invaded by disease-producing microorganisms.
differential count
report of the amount of each type of WBC in a blood smear
How much % of your weight does bone marrow consist of?
4.5%
What kind of bone marrow produces the formed elements?
Red bone marrow
Which bone marrow is mostly fat?
Yellow bone marrow
What is the framework of red bone marrow called?
Stroma
What cells are involved in thrombocyte production?
Megakaryocyte
Can you find scattered adipose cells within red bone marrow?
Yes
What is the normal range of hematocrit in infants?
44-62%
What is the normal range of hematocrit in children?
35-47%
What is the normal range of hematocrit in adult males?
40-50%
What is the normal range of hematocrit in adult females?
36-45%
What are agglutinogens?
Antigens found on RBCs.
What are agglutinins?
Antibodies that react antigens.
If there is an antigen-antibody reaction, what occurs?
Agglutination
What is agglutination?
The clumping together of RBCs after an antigen-antibody reaction.
What is hyperemia?
It's the increased flow of blood to the area.
What is the hematocrit average in the class for males?
46
What is the hematocrit average in the class for the females?
41
What is the class average for neutrophils?
58
What is the class average for basophils?
3
What is the class average for eosinophils?
2
What is the class average for lymphocytes?
31
What is the class average for monocytes?
7
Out of a sample, what is the normal % range of the following cell:

Neutrophils
60-70 %
Out of a sample, what is the normal % range of the following cell:

Lymphocytes
25-30 %
Out of a sample, what is the normal % range of the following cell:

Monocytes
3-8 %
Out of a sample, what is the normal % range of the following cell:

Eosinophils
2-4 %
Out of a sample, what is the normal % range of the following cell:

Basophils
0.5-1 %
centrifuge
machine used to measure hematocrit
What slide is shown here?
Red bone marrow

Tip: Psychedelic
#1
Adipose cell
#2
Megakaryocyte
Name the WBC.
Neutrophil
Name the WBC.
Eosinophil
Name the WBC.
Basophil