Lecture 16 - White Blood Cells

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Lecture 16: White Blood Cells Type of WBCS AKA leukocytes (in order of prevalence) - Neutrophils - Lymphocytes (T-cells, CD4>CD8) - Monocytes - Eosinophils (less common) - Basopils (rare!) Platelets 2-3 um< RBC 6-8 um < mature lymphocytes 8-10um < Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils ( granulocytic myeloids ) 10-15 um< reactive lymphocytes 10-20 um< monoctyes ( macrophages ) 12-20 m What are they? - Normal Nucleated cells seen in the blood in a normal individual - Segmented Neutrophils (Most common WBC), Scattered band -form Neutrophils may also be seen 1-2 bands form = normal increase = problem - Lymphocytes - Monocytes - Eosinophils - Basophils (rare cells) Notation for WBC count (CBC)
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S e g m e n t e d N e u t r o p h i l ( A K A s N e u t r o p h i l , S e g , P o l y , P M N ) - The ( neutrophil ) (blast) - Mature neutrophil can have to up 3-5 lobes (more than 5 hypersegemented neutrophil) o Macrocytic anemia (B-12 def, folate def) Elevated neutrophils in blood (neutrophili Infection
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course PHARM HEM taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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