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Patho Test 4 Chapter 10 1. Blood consists of a cellular component and a matrix and is a form of: Connective tissue Fluid tissue Epithelial tissue Structural tissue 2. 3. Prenatal diagnosis of thalassemia can be done by: Blood count and urine testing Chorionic villus assay and amniocentesis Placental biopsy and ultrasound Ultrasound and antigen/antibody assay 4. 5. Pulmonary circulation begins as blood leaves the: right ventricle right atrium left ventricle left atrium 6. 7. Which of the following tests is used to diagnose pernicious anemia/ vitamin B-12 deficiency: Hematocrit Differential blood count Schilling test Reed- Sternberg cell test 8. 9. In the case of iron deficiency anemias, which test will not show a low value: Total Blood count Hematocrit Serum iron Hemoglobin 10. 11. One of the signs/symptoms of aplastic anemia is flat, red, pinpoint hemorrhages on the skin that bleed excessively and are referred to as: Pancytopenia Thrombi Thrombocytopenia Leukopenia 12. 13. A syndrome that is caused by inadequate cell production by the bone marrow, and that can occur after chemotherapy or radiation treatment, is referred to as: Myeloplastic syndrome Aplastic anemia Chemoplastic syndrome Hemolytic syndrome 14. 1
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Patho Test 4 15. The blood disorder characterized by an overproduction of erythrocytes and other cells in the bone marrow is referred to as: Polycythemia Aplastic anemia Leukopenia Thalassemia 16. 17. The development of blood cells is called: Hemocytosis Hemevolution Hematopoiesis Hemagenesis 18. 19. The percentage of blood composed of RBCs is referred to as the: Complete blood count Reticulocyte count Procrit Hematocrit 20.
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