Hematology Lab Slide Quiz - BCs

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Hematology Lab Slide Quiz - BCs

Pics Of Blood Cells For Lab Quiz Oct. 10/08
don't Need To Know All The Details...
also For 'blasts' Don't Need To Know What Kind Of Blast...just Know That It Is A Blast.

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ID this cell; are there nucleoli? granules?
 
Myeloblast; Y nucleoli; no granules

ID this cell; are there nucleoli? granules? what else is significant about this cell?
 
Promyelocyte; nucleoli Y; many red/ppl granules; has some ltd motility

ID this cell; are there nucleoli? granules? what is diff about the nucleus? what else is significant about this cell
 
Myelocyte; oval eccentric nucleus w flattened side; no nucleoli; 1 and 2 granules; light blue cyto; last cell capable of mitosis

ID this cell; what is diff about the nucleus? are there nucleoli? granules?
 
Metamyelocyte; indented kidney bean shape nucleus; pink cyto; 2 granules and some 3

ID this cell; what is diff about the nucleus? what else is significant about this cell?
 
Band granulocyte; c-shaped nucleus w uniform width; full motility

ID this cell; How long can it live in the PB, how long in the tissues; What is its major function
 
Neutrophil; 10 hrs, 4-6 days; defense from bacterial infections via phagocytosis

ID this cell and its major function
 
Eosinophil; antihistamine release to suppress inflammatory substances; minor fxn can destroy some parasites

ID this cell and its major function
 
Basophil; involved with the immune response; causes inflammation through release of histamine and heparin

ID this cell; are there nucleoli? granules? vacuoles?
 
Monoblast; 1-2 nucleoli, no granules, may have vacuoles

ID this cell; where is the nucleus? are there granules? vacuoles?
 
Promonocyte; Irregular shape, indented eccentric nucleus; vacuoles; fine pink granules; variable motility

ID this cell; are there nucleoli? granules? vacuoles? is it motile?
 
Monocyte; irreg nucleus, no nucleoli, gr-bl cyto, small red-ppl granules, lots of vacuoles, high motility (pseudopod)

ID this cell and 2 of its features (or lack thereof)
 
Lymphoblast; 1-2 nucleoli, no granules

ID this cell and one of its possible features
 
Prolymphocyte; occasional fine red granules

ID this cell and 2 of its poss features; what is its major function
 
Lymphocyte; scant sky blue cyto, few red granules; regulates immune fxn

ID this cell and 3 features; what is it's function
 
Plasma cell; no nucleoli, vacuoles, no granules; secrete Abs

ID this cell and 4 of its features
 
Megakaryocyte; many lobed nucleus, no nucleoli, LOTS of blue-pink cyto, few granules

ID this cell and 4 of its features
 
Pronormoblast; large rnd nucleus, 0-2 nucleoli, med dark blue cyto, no granules

ID this cell (artists representation); What is the blue-ppl color from?
 
Reticulocyte/Polychromatic erythrocyte; residual RNA stains blue/ppl

What disorder is seen in this slide?
 
Polychromasia from the presence of polychromatic erythrocytes in the PB (non-biconcave and much bluer than normal RBC)

What type of cell is seen here? What is its function
 
RBC, deliver oxygen to tissues
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