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A return to the normal population of neutrophils in a blood count is called...
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shift to the right
People who have a genetic predisposition to allergies are called...
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atopic individuals
In the secondary immune response which immunoglobulin is present in the highest amounts?
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IgG (most abundant in the body)
Most septic shock occurs from Gram_______ bacteria.
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(-) because of their endotoxins
What is the most common cause of death related to mono?
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Splenic rupture
Mononucleosis attach directly to _______ lymphocyte receptors.
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B
What organ failure could be the cause of neutropenia?
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Spleen
Neutropenia is indicative of a/an _______ survival rate.
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reduced
What impact does lead poisoning have on the body?
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Problems with CNS, problems with hematopoietic system (anemia), problems with kidneys, and GI symptoms.
Metastatic Calcification
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The term used for accumulations of calcium that occur because of high levels of calcium in the blood.
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In rare cases, sideroblastic anemia converts to...
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myeloblastic anemia
Pancytopenia, total decrease in RBC, platelets and WBCs. This anemia is considered a cancer...
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Aplastic Anemia
What is a PT used to evaluate?
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Used to evaluate the adequacy of the extrinsic pathway of the coagulation cascade. Clotting time.
What is thrombocytopenia?
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Decreased platelet count (below 150,000)
What anemia symptoms are unique to IDA?
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Brittle, thin nails, spoon shaped fingernails, and pica.
Sickle cell has an abnormal Hgb_______ which causes valine to replace _______ acid.
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Hgb S (instead of A); valine replaces glumatic acid
Hemophilia A is a factor _______ deficiency in the coagulation cascade. It causes _______% of hemophilias.
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Factor VIII (8) (factor is present, just doesn't work); 85%. X-linked recessive.
What are the 2 end products of the coagulation cascade?
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fibrin, thrombin
What special physical features of RBC's aid them in their function?
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Biconcavity: increases surface area allowing for more O2 to attach. Reversible deformity: allow them to squeeze thru tight spaces.
Aplastic anemia, post hemorrhagic anemia, anemia of chronic disease, and Hemolytic anemia are classified as...
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Normocytic Anemias
This type of anemia is caused by trauma, or a quick depletion of RBC's...
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Posthemorrhagic anemia
  
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