Hematology Quizzes & Trivia

Hematology...the study of He-Man! No...wait, what? That can't be right...can it? Do you know better? Of course you do, you know that it has nothing to do with a fictional cartoon character! It's to do with blood! From platelets to heamoglobin to oxygen, it's all in this quiz!

Do you know what smoking does to the blood? What about a hamburger and chocolate? Of course you know, you're a regular hematologist, right? Right! So then, get ready to let your mind flow, get your blood pumping and your heart racing! All the way from T-Cells to blood clots, leukemia to malaria, there's something for all you vapires and mosquitos. Just make sure that you don't cut yourself on your sharp minds!
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For a short definition, Hematology or Haematology is a branch of medicines which is concerned with the study, treatment and prevention of the diseases related to blood. This quiz is very useful for those individuals who are...

Questions: 166  |  Attempts: 16612   |  Last updated: Oct 16, 2020
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    In high altitudes, the hemoglobin value is:

A blood smear seeks to check out for abnormalities in the three main blood cells that are red cells, white cells and platelets. Find out from the quiz what you need to know about peripheral blood smear. All the best.

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 1922   |  Last updated: Mar 30, 2018
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    The factors that affect the quality of a blood smear

If you are a beginner in hematology, one of the first things you are expected to learn is the components and functions of blood. Do you know what amount, description, and anomalies one can find in the blood? This hematology...

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 3414   |  Last updated: Nov 9, 2020
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    Identify the cell by the arrow. Pay attention to the granules.

The study of blood and the tissue that makes blood.

Questions: 16  |  Attempts: 2277   |  Last updated: Jun 21, 2018
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    CBC stands for Complete Blood Count.  What major blood cells formed in the bone?

 This quiz is designed to be used with clinical laboratory staff to assess their competency in Hematology.  It will be used, in conjunction with observations and check lists, to satisfy regulatory requirements.

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 10657   |  Last updated: Apr 19, 2016
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    Identify the cell by the arrow. Pay attention to the granules!

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Hematology Questions & Answers

What is the main cause of a reduced hematocrit (HCT) in a client?
There are many reasons for hematocrit to fall below the normal range. Several reasons are internal bleeding, overhydration, sickle cell anemia, anemia, malnutrition, and cancer; although there are many more. Hemodilution would be a reason for decreas
What is the name of the cell in the image?
The correct answer to this question is A, Pelger-Huet Cell. Also known as the Pelger-Huet anomaly, it is a blood condition which is inherited in both a dominant and co-dominant manner. Pelger-Huet Cells are the result of white blood cells having unus
What does a hematology test for?
C is the right answer to this question. There are different people who may experience having lupus. Some of them acquire the condition because of another disease. Some get it because they are more prone to it. Out of the given choices, C is known to
What is the name of the cell that that the arrow is pointing to (in the image below)?
The cell that is shown in the picture above is Promyelocyte. The cell in biology, is a basic structure or the building block that which an organism depends upon. In the cells, there are various sub-components each having a specific important function
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