Hem Lec 15

  1. increased movement of immature cells out of thebone marrow’s proliferative compartment.
    increased mobilization of granulocytes from thematuration-storage compartment. increased movement of granulocytes from the marginatingpool to the circulating pool
    All are causes of?
  2. Neutrophilia can be related to a variety of conditions or disorders. What are they?
    • Surgery
    • Burns
    • Stress
  3. Charcot-Leyden crystals can be found in _____ of patients with active eosinophilic inflammation.
    • Sputum
    • Stool
    • Tissues
  4. Monocytosis can be observed in?
    • Tuberculosis
    • Fever of unknown origin
    • Rheumatoid arthritis.
  5. Neutropenia can be observed in?
    • bone marrow injury
    • nutritional deficiency
    • increased destruction and utilization
  6. Chédiak-Higashi syndrome may be associated with?
    frequent infections in children or young adults
  7. Döhle bodies associated with?
    viral infections and burns
  8. Pelger-Huët anomaly may be related to?
    a maturational arrest in some acuteinfections
  9. Hypersegmentation is associated with?
    ciency of vitamin B12 or folic acid
  10. what cell type is involved in Gaucher disease?
    Monocytic-macrophage series
  11. what cell type is involved in Niemann-Pick disease?
    Monocytic-macrophage series
  12. what cell type is involved in Chédiak-Higashi syndrome?
    Neutrophilic series
  13. what cell type is involved in Chronic granulomatous disease?
    neutrophilic series
  14. what cell type is involved in Lazy leukocyte syndrome?
    Neutrophilic series
  15. In the United States, human diseases caused by Ehrlichia species can be caused by?
    • E. chaffeensis
    • E. ewingii
    • E. phagocytophilia (similar or identical to)
  16. Ehrlichiosis is transmitted by _____?
  17. Gaucher cells have
    • wrinkled cytoplasm
    • one to three nuclei
    • a defi ciency of β-glucocerebrosidase
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Hem Lec 15
Hem Lec 15