Hemostasis Disorders Abnormal Blood Clots A clot that forms abnormally in a

Hemostasis disorders abnormal blood clots a clot that

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Hemostasis Disorders Abnormal Blood Clots:A clot that forms abnormally in a vessel is a thrombusIf the above clot dislodges, it is an embolusWhat is a coronary thrombosis? . . 7
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Blood Groups and Transfusions: After mixed success with transfusions, scientists determined that blood was of different types and only certain combinations were compatible. Clumping of red blood cells following transfusion is called agglutination . This clumping is due to the interaction of proteins on the surfaces of red blood cells called antigens with certain proteins called antibodies carried in the plasma. Blood Types: Define antigen and antibody- antigen- A substance or part of a substance (living or nonliving) that is recognized as a foreign by the immune system, activates the immune system, and reacts with the immune cells or their products. antibody- A protein molecule that is released by a plasma cell (a daughter cell of an activated B lymphocyte) and that binds specifically to an antigen, and immunoglobulin. Identify the antigens and antibodies found in the following blood types. Table 17.4 on page 652 in the textbook will help you with this question. Blood Type Antigen Antibody A A B B B A AB AB None O None AB RH Blood Types 8
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