A. Rounded biconcave discs.
B. Considered as true cells that contain nuclei and cell organelles.
C. Can adhere to one another forming roulaux appearance.
D. Can change their shape to squeeze into narrow capillaries.
A. Their number is 5 million / mm3 blood.
B. They are true cells that contain nucleus and organelles.
C. They are rounded biconcave discs.
D. Their increase in number is termed polycythemia.
A. They are true cells.
B. Their increase in number is called Leucopenia.
C. They are capable of amoeboid movement.
D. Their total number varies from 4000 - 11000.
A. By EM contain azurophilic and specific granules.
B. Phagocytic cells secreting proteolytic enzymes.
C. Increase in number in acute infections.
D. Possess horse shoe shaped nucleus.
A. Increase in acute pyogenic infection.
B. Contain azurophilic granules.
C. Their nuclei are horse-shoe shaped.
D. One type of granular leucocytes.
A. Contain segmented horse-shoe nucleus.
B. Are one of the granular leucocytes.
C. Larger in diameter than blood monocytes.
D. Are concerned with removal of histamine.
A. Contain large retractile acidophilic granules.'
B. Have segmented loubulated nucleus.
C. Secrete eosinophil chemotactic factor.
D. The percentage is 20%of the circulating WBCs.
A. C) Form 15-20 % of circulating white blood cells.
B. Have large rounded densely stained nucleus.
C. Increase in number in acute pyogenic infections.
Include small T and small B cells.
A. Their diameter is 16-20 % micrometer.
B. (J) Their nucleus is segmented (loubulated).
C. Their cytoplasm has a frosted glass appearance.
D. They are highly phagocytic cells.
A. The largest blood elements.
B. Concerned with blood clotting.
C. Contain central (granulomere).
D. Contain peripheral hyalomere.
A. Fragments of Megakaryocyte.
B. Concerned with blood coagulation.
C. The number varies between 200,000 and 400,000 .
D. Their size is 8-12 Um.
A. Stem cells.
B. Fat cells.
D. Plasma blast
A. Nucleus disappears.
B. Size of cells decrease.
C. Specific granules appear in cytoplasm.
D. Cytoplasm change to acidophilic.
A. Has eccentric nucleus.
B. Filled with hemoglobin.
C. Has basophilic cytoplasm.
D. Not found in circulating blood.
A. Slightly larger than RBCs.
B. Constitute 7-10 % of the circulating blood.
C. Stained with brilliant cresyl blue.
D. Contain basophilic reticulum of polysomes.