Flashcards in Disorders of Bone Marrow Week 3 Deck (58)
supplied body tissues with oxygen, nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, glucose and amino acids, and various chemicals such as hormones.
combining forms for blood
the study of blood
the medical terminology for the formation of blood
suffix that means formation
a common term for collecting a blood sample
prevents clotting of the blood
EDTA and Heparin
types of anticoagulants used in blood tubes
the process of clottings.
the layer that appears t the interface of the erythorocytes and plasma
the liquid portion of bblood with clotting protiens removed
the straw colored fluid portion of blood that transports nutrients, hormons and waste products.
a liquid that contains suspended particles (in the case of plasma, most of the suspended particles are clotting proteins)
fibrinogen and prothrombin
clotting protiens found in plasma
the combining form that means fibrin or threads of a clot
the prefix that means before
the combining form that means clot
another exampple of a plasma protien
cholesterol and triglyceride
types of lipids that circulate in the blood
a matures red blood cell and is abbreviated RBC
the combining form that means red
suffix that means cell
the blood protein that transports oxygen
the nonprotein iron containing portion of hemoglobin
the central pale area of the RBC that represents the thinnest part of the biconcave disc
the combining form for bone marrow
an immature, non-nucleated erythrocyte characterized by polychromasia or a meshlike pattern of threads.
the increase of reticulocytes as the bone marrow responds to blood loss.
a large cell that destroys by eating