Medical Terminology Quiz 5

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Chapter 6 - Blood and Lymphatic System


 
  
Created Nov 19, 2008
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blast/o
 
germ or bud
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chrom/o, chromat/o
 
color
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chyl/o
 
juice
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immun/o
 
safe
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lymph/o
 
clear fluid
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morph/o
 
form
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myel/o
 
bone marrow or spinal cord
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phag/o
 
eat or swallow
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plas/o
 
formation
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reticul/o
 
net
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splen/o
 
spleen
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thromb/o
 
clot
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thym/o
 
thymus gland
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plasma
 
liquid portion of the blood and lymph; contains water, proteins and cellular components
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serum
 
liquid portion of the blood
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erythrocyte
 
red blood cell; transports oxygen and CO2
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hemoglobin
 
the protein-iron compound in erythrocytes that transports oxygen and carbon dioxide
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leukocyte
 
white blood cell; protects the body from harmful invading substances
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granulocytes
 
a group of leukocytes containing granules in their cytoplasm
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neutrophil
 
a granular WBC named for neutral staining; fights infection by phagocytosis of bacteria
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polymorphonuclear leukocyte
 
another term for neutrophil, referring to the many segments of its nucleus
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eosinophil
 
a granular leukocyte names for rose colored acidic stain; increases in allergic and infectious...
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basophil
 
a granular leukocyte, named for the dark basic stain of its granules; brings anti-coagulents...
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agranulocytes
 
WBC without granules in their nuclei
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lymphocyte
 
active in process of immunity; T cells, B cells and natural killer cells
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monocyte
 
performs phagocytosis to fight infection
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platelets
 
thrombocytes; cell fragments in blood that are essential for blood clotting
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thymus
 
primary gland of the lymphatic system, located within the mediastinum, produces T lymphocytes
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spleen
 
organ between the spleen and the diaphragm that filters out aging blood cells, removes cellular...
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lymph
 
fluid that is circulated through the lymphatic vessels
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lymph capillaries
 
microscopic vessels that draw lymph from tissues to the lymph vessels
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lymph vessels
 
vessels that receive lymph from the capillaries and circulate it to the lymph nodes
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lacteals
 
specialized lymph vessels in the small intestine that absorb fat in to blood stream
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chyle
 
white or pale yellow substance in lymph that contains fatty substances absorbed by lacteals
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lymph nodes
 
many small oval structures that filter lymph from the lymph vessels; major locations include...
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lymph ducts
 
collecting channels that carry lymph from the lymph nodes to the veins
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right lymphatic duct
 
receives lymph from the right upper part of the body
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thoracic duct
 
receives lymph from the left side of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, left arm, and lower extremeties
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immunity
 
process of disease protection induced by exposure to an antigen
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antigen
 
a substance that, when introduced into the body, causes the formation of antibodies against...
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antibody
 
a substance produced by the body that destroys or inactivates an antigen that has entered the...
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active immunity
 
results from stimulating the body to produce its own antibodies; developed from either response...
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passive immunity
 
short-lasting immunity that results from foreign antibodies that are conveyed naturally through...
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microcytosis
 
presence of small red blood cells
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macrocytosis
 
presence of large red blood cells
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anisocytosis
 
presence of blood cells of unequal size
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poikilocytosis
 
presence of a large, irregularly shaped red blood cells
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reticulocytosis
 
an increased number of immature RBC in the blood (reticulocytes)
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erythropenia
 
an abnormally reduced number of lymphocytes
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lymphocytopenia
 
an abnormally reduced number of lymphocytes
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neutropenia
 
a decreased number of neutrophils
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pancytopenia
 
an abnormally reduced number of all cellular components in the blood
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thrombocytopenia
 
an abnormally decreased number of platelets in the blood impairing the clotting process
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hemolysis
 
breakdown of the RBC membrane
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immunocompromised
 
impaired immunologic defenses caused by an immunodeficiency disorder or by therapy with immunosuppressive...
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immunosuppression
 
impaired ability to provide an immune response
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lymphadenopathy
 
enlarged (diseased) lymph nodes
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splenomegaly
 
enlargement of the spleen
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AIDS (acquired immunodeficiencysyndrome
 
a syndrome caused by HIV that renders immune cells ineffective; transmitted sexually or through...
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anemia
 
a condition of reduced numbers of RBC or hemoglobin resulting in a diminished ability of RBCs...
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aplastic anemia
 
a normocytic-normochromic type of anemia characterized by the failure of bone marrow to produce...
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iron deficiency anemia
 
a microcytic-hypochromic type of anemia characterized by a lack of iron that affects the production...
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pernicious anemia
 
a macrocytic-normochromic type of anemia characterized by inadequate supply of vitamin B12...
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autoimmune disease
 
any disorder characterized by abnormal function of the immune system that causes the body to...
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erythroblastosis fetalis
 
a disorder that results from the incompatibility of a fetus with Rh+ blood and a mother with...
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Rh factor
 
presence or lack of antigens on the surface of RBCs which causes a reaction between Rh+ blood...
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Rh positive
 
presence of antigens
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Rh negative
 
absence of antigens
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hemochromatosis
 
hereditary disorder with an excessive buildup of iron deposits in the body
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hemophilia
 
a group of hereditary bleeding disorders caused by a defect in clotting factors necessary for...
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leukemia
 
chronic or acute malignant disease of the blood-forming organs, characterized by abnormal WBCs...
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myelodysplasia
 
disorder within the blood marrow characterized by a proliferation of abnormal stem cells; usually...
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lymphoma
 
any neoplastic disorder of lymph tissue, usually malignant, as in Hodgkin disease
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metastasis
 
process by which cancer cells are spread by the blood or lymph circulation to a distant organ
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mononucleosis
 
condition caused by the Epstein-Barr virus and characterized by an increase in monocytes and...
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polycythemia
 
increased number of erythrocytes and hemoglobin in the blood
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septicemia
 
systemic disease caused by infection with microorganisms and their toxins in circulating blood
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phlebotomy, venipuncture
 
incision into or puncture of a vein to withdraw blood for testing
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blood chemistry
 
test of fluid portion of blood to measure the amounts of its chemical constituents
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blood chemistry panels
 
specialized batteries of automated blood chemistry tests performed on a single sample of blood,...
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blood culture
 
test to determine if infection is present in the bloodstream by isolating a specimen of blood...
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CD4 cell count
 
a measure of the number of CD4 cells (type of T cell) used in monitoring the course of HIV...
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erythrocyte sedimentation rate
 
timed test that measures the rate at which red blood cells settle through the volume of plasma
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partial thromboplastin time
 
test to determine coagulation defects, such as platelet disorders
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thromboplastin
 
substance present in tissues, platelets and leukocytes that is necessary for coagulation
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prothrombin time
 
test to measure the activity of prothrombin in the blood
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prothrombin
 
protein substance in the blood that is essential to the clotting process
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complete blood count
 
laboratory blood test preformed as a screen of general health or for diagnostic purposes
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white blood count
 
a count of the number of white blood cells in a given volume of blood obtained via manual or...
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red blood count
 
a count of the number of red blood cells in a given volume of blood obtained via manual or...
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hemoglobin
 
a test to determine the level of hemoglobin (expressed in grams)
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hematocrit
 
a measurement of the percentage of packed red blood cells in a given volume of blood
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blood indices
 
calculations of RBC, HGB, and HCT results to determine the average size, HGB concentration...
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mean corpuscular volume
 
calculation of the volume (size) of individual RBCs using HCT and RBC results: MCV=HCT/RBC
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mean corpuscular hemoglobin
 
calculation of the content (weight) of hemoglobin the average RBC: MCH=HGB/RBC
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mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration
 
calculation of the average hemoglobin concentration in each RBC: MCHC=HGB/HCT
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differential count
 
determination of the number of each type of WBC in a stained smear; each type is counted and...
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red cell morphology
 
as part of identifying and counting the white blood cells, the condition, size and shape of...
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platelet count
 
calculation of the number of thrombocytes in the blood
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bone marrow aspiration
 
needle aspiration of bone marrow tissue for pathologic examination
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bone marrow biopsy
 
pathologic examination of bone marrow tissue
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lymphangiogram
 
an x-ray image of a lymph node or vessel obtained after injection of a contrast medium
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computed tomography
 
full body x-ray Ct images are used to detect tumors and cancers such as lymphoma
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positron-emission tomography
 
a scanning technique combining nuclear medicine and computed tomography technology to produce...
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bone marrow transplant
 
transplantation of healthy bone marrow for a compatible donor to a diseased recipient to stimulate...
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lymphadenectomy
 
removal of a lymph node
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lymphadenotomy
 
incision into a lymph node
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lymph node dissection
 
removal of possible cancer-carrying lymph nodes for pathologic examination
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splenectomy
 
removal of the spleen
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thymectomy
 
removal of the thymus gland
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blood transfusion
 
introduction of blood products into the circulation of a recipient whose blood volume is reduced...
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autologous blood
 
blood donated by and stored for a patient for future personal use
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homologous blood
 
blood voluntarily donated by any person for transfusion to a compatible recipient
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blood component therapy
 
transfusion of a specific blood component, such as packed red blood cells, platelets, or plasma
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cross-matching
 
method of matching a donor's blood to the recipient by mixing a sample in a test tube to determine...
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chemotherapy
 
treatment of malignancies, infections, and other diseases which chemical agents to destroy...
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immunotherapy
 
use of biological agents to prevent or treat disease by stimulating the body's own defense...
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plasmapheresis
 
removal of plasma from the body with separation and extraction of specific elements followed...
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anticoagulant
 
a drug that prevents clotting of the blood
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hemostatic
 
a drug that stops the flow of blood within the vessels
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vasoconstrictor
 
a drug that causes narrowing of blood vessels, thereby decreasing blood flow
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vasodilator
 
a drug that causes dilation of blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow


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