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Once a blood clot forms, it promotes still more clotting through positive _ feedback system. Hemostasis Disorders Abnormal Blood Clots: A clot that forms abnormally in a vessel is a thrombus _. If the above clot dislodges, it is a embolus _. What is a coronary thrombosis? A blood clot that forms in a vessel that supplies the heart. What is hemophilia? Several different bleeding disorders that exhibit similar signs and symptoms. 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- substance that is recognized as foreign by the immune system to activate an immune response. antibody- a protein molecule released by a plasma cell that binds to an antigen (an immunoglobin) Identify the antigens and antibodies found in the following blood types. Table 17.4 on page 65 7 in the textbook will help you with this question. Blood Type Antigen Antibody A A Anti-B B B Anti-A AB A & B None O None Anti-A & Anti-B RH Blood Types The Rh factor was named after the _ rhesus __ monkey. If the Rh factor surface protein is present on red blood cells, the blood is Rh _ positive _; if not, it is Rh negative _. 7
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