Fundamental Hematology Principles Quiz

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Fundamental Hematology Principles

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1. What term describes a mature red blood cell that contains iron granules ?

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2. Which of the following is the most commonly used routine stain for blood smear ?

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3. Which of the following stain is used to visualize iron granules in RBCs ?

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4. What is the average lifespan of a normal red blood cell ?

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5. What is the process of blood cell formation called?

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6. Which stain is used for reticulocyte count ?

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7. Programmed cell death is called ?

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8. Which of the following test is used to measure bone marrow erythropoiesis?

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9. What are the two primary lymphoid tissues ?

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10. What is an increase in the percentage of lymphocytes called ?

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11. What structures do methylene blue stain?

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12. Where is erythropoietin produced ?

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13. Which of the following disorders is associated with left shift, toxic changes to neutrophils, increased WBC count, and high Leukocyte Alkaline Phosphatase (LAP) score ?

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14. What is the normal ratio of myeloid to erythroid precursors in the bone marrow (M:E ratio)?

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15. Which stain is used to enumerate reticulocytes ?

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16. What is the pH of blood ?

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17. What does Wright's stain consist of ?

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18. Basophilia is associated with ?

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19. Which of the following is used to differentiate leukemoid reaction from chronic myelogenous leukemia ?

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20. What is a true increase in the number of lymphocytes called ?

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