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Anatomy And Physiology Trivia: Blood Quiz 8

Anatomy And Physiology Trivia: Blood Quiz 8

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Meaning "leaping across," this term refers to the ability of WBCs to slip out of capillary blood vessels.

Leukopenia
Leukopoiesis
Fibrinolysis
Diapedesis

This is a bleeding disorder where the number of circulating platelets is deficient, causing spontaneous blooding from small blood vessels all over the body.

Erythropenia
Leukopenia
Leukemia
Thrombocytop

A universal donor is a person who theoretically:

Has type B blood.
Has type AB blood.
Has type O blood.
Has a negative blood type.

This term refers to several different hereditary bleeding disorders that involve prolonged bleeding into tissues from even minor tissue trauma, which can be life-threatening.

Anemia
Leukemia
Hemophilia
Thrombocytop

The percentage of a blood's individual formed elements in comparison to the blood as a whole is known as:

An embolism.
The hematocrit.
An embolus.
The heparin.

An embolism is which of the following:

The percentage of a blood's individual formed elements in comparison to the blood as a whole.
An embolus that is trapped in a narrow blood vessel.
A side effect of aspirin.
A type of laceration.

A CBC, or complete blood count is:

Routinely ordered during physical examinations and before hospital admissions.
Includes counts of different types of formed elements, a hematocrit, measurements of hemoglobin content and size of RBCs
Provide a comprehensive picture of general health in relation to normal blood values.
A and C only.
All of the above.

This is a drug that inhibits thromboxane A2 formation. Studies show that, over several years, men taking low doses of this showed a 50% reduction in incidences of a heart attack.

Thromboxan
Protein C
Aspirin
Vitamin C

This is a straw-colored, sticky fluid 90% composed of water, found in the blood.

RBCS
Plasma
WBCS
Platelets

This is the protein that makes RBCs red. It binds easily with oxygen molecules and most oxygen being transported in the blood is bound to this.

Hemoglobin
Platelets
T cells
Plasma
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