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Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2

Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2

Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2. Scott E. Smith M.D., Ph.D. 12-10-02. Objectives. Student should be able to … describe location, size, consistency, and other attributes of lymphadenopathy identify common clinical scenarios involving lymphadenopathy

By johana
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Anemia

Anemia

Anemia . Michele Ritter, M.D. Argy Resident – Feb. 2007. Definition of Anemia . Deficiency in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood due to a diminished erythrocyte mass. May be due to: Erythrocyte loss (bleeding) Decreased Erythrocyte production low erythropoietin

By ostinmannual
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CLASSIFICATION OF ANEMIAS

CLASSIFICATION OF ANEMIAS

CLASSIFICATION OF ANEMIAS. What is anemia, how do you diagnose anemia, and how are the different anemias classified?. DEFINITION OF ANEMIA. In its broadest sense, anemia is a functional inability of the blood to supply the tissue with adequate O 2 for proper metabolic function.

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The Antiglobulin Test ( Direct & Indirect )

The Antiglobulin Test ( Direct & Indirect )

Islamic University-Gaza. The Antiglobulin Test ( Direct & Indirect ). Mr. Mohammed A. Jaber. The Antiglobulin Test. Antiglobulin serum (Coombs’Serum) was discovered by Coombs etal in 1945.

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Basic ICD-10-CM Coding 2013 Edition

Basic ICD-10-CM Coding 2013 Edition

Basic ICD-10-CM Coding 2013 Edition. Chapter 6: Diseases of the Blood and Blood-Forming Organs and Certain Disorders Involving the Immune Mechanism (D50–D89). Learning Objectives. Review the chapter’s learning objectives and key terms

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LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS

LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS

LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS. RED BLOOD CELLS. PRONORMOBLAST. Size: 12-20 um Nucleus: round; nucleoli (1-2); fine chromatin Cytoplasm: dark blue N/C ratio: 8:1 Reference interval: BM: 1% PB: 0%. BASOPHILIC NORMOBLAST. Size: 10-15 um

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Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2

Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2

Lymphatic/Hematopoetic System IPM 2. Scott E. Smith M.D., Ph.D. 12-10-02. Objectives. Student should be able to … describe location, size, consistency, and other attributes of lymphadenopathy identify common clinical scenarios involving lymphadenopathy

By morrison
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Introduction to Vital Signs and Basic Laboratory Tests

Introduction to Vital Signs and Basic Laboratory Tests

Introduction to Vital Signs and Basic Laboratory Tests. Joel N. Kniep, M.D. Dept. of Pathology. Objectives. Introduce vital signs and their use in clinical practice Introduce basic laboratory tests and their use in clinical practice Discuss normal values and test interpretation.

By leora
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THE SKELETAL SYSTEM MUDr.Kateřina Táborská

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM MUDr.Kateřina Táborská

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM MUDr.Kateřina Táborská. Bone scintigraphy Bone physiology and skeletal anatomy balance osteogenesis bone resorption osteoblasts osteoclasts The response of bone to injury or disease ↓ reactive bone formation. Radiopharmaceuticals:

By nieve
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Hypersensitive Reactions Types II,III & IV

Hypersensitive Reactions Types II,III & IV

Hypersensitive Reactions Types II,III & IV. Hugh B. Fackrell. Hypersensitive Reactions. Assigned Reading Content Outline Performance Objectives Key terms Key Concepts Short Answer Questions. Assigned Reading. Chapter: 17 pp 413-439 Janis Kuby’s Immunology 3rd Ed.

By stefanie
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Hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity

Hypersensitivity. A damage to the host, mediated by preexisting immunity to self or foreign antigen. Dr. Sudheer Kher. What is hypersensitivity?. Injurious consequences in the sensitized host, following contact with specific antigen

By errol
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Parvoviruses

Parvoviruses

Parvoviruses. Chapter 31. Properties of Parvoviruses. Structure Icosahedral 18-26 nm diameter Single-stranded DNA , 5.6 kb Two proteins Nonenveloped Classification Parvoviridae (vertebrates) Parvovirus Erythrovirus Dependovirus (requires helper virus , such as an adenovirus)

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Viral Exanthems

Viral Exanthems

Viral Exanthems. Basic Dermatology Curriculum. Last updated November 21, 2013. Goals and Objectives. The purpose of this module is to help medical students develop a clinical approach to the evaluation and initial management of patients presenting with typical viral exanthems.

By teigra
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Allergic Drug Reactions

Allergic Drug Reactions

Allergic Drug Reactions. Epidemiology*. It is believed that approximately 2-6% of all hospitalizations are due to adverse drug reactions. 15-30% of hospitalized patients experience adverse drug reaction.

By devi
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Hematology (lecture 2) Dr Heersh HMH Raof Saeed

Hematology (lecture 2) Dr Heersh HMH Raof Saeed

Hematology (lecture 2) Dr Heersh HMH Raof Saeed. Hemolytic anemias : ( Hemolysis is defined as the premature destruction of red blood cells (RBCs )). Charachterized by: A nemia results when the rate of destruction exceeds the capacity of the m arrow to produce RBCs( The bone marro

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Hemolytic and Nutritional Anemias

Hemolytic and Nutritional Anemias

Hemolytic and Nutritional Anemias. Bea Gepte, MD, MPH. The Red Blood Cell. No nucleus - better vessel for oxygen transport - loss of ability for protein synthesis - finite life span No mitochondria - cannot generate ATP through Kreb’s cycle

By ciel
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RBC and BLEEDING DISORDERS

RBC and BLEEDING DISORDERS

RBC and BLEEDING DISORDERS. RBC and Bleeding Disorders. NORMAL Anatomy, histology Development Physiology ANEMIAS Blood loss: acute, chronic Hemolytic Diminished erythropoesis POLYCYTHEMIA BLEEDING DISORDERS. WHERE is MARROW?. Yolk Sac: very early embryo Liver, Spleen: NEWBORN BONE

By trixie
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Hemolytic Anemias

Hemolytic Anemias

Hemolytic Anemias. Defined as those anemias result from an increased in the rate of red cell destruction. The red cell destruction is usually removed extravascular by macrophages of reticuloendothelial system (RE) [BM, liver & spleen]. Acute destruction or chronic destruction

By gallia
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Anemia

Anemia

Anemia. Blood Loss Acute Chronic IN-creased destruction (HEMOLYTIC) DE-creased production. Features of All Anemias. Pallor, where? Tiredness Weakness Dyspnea, why? Palpitations Heart Failure (high output), why?. Blood Loss. Acute Trauma Chronic

By hyatt-knight
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Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemias

Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemias

Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemias. Donald R. Branch, Ph.D. Scientist Research & Development Canadian Blood Services Toronto, Ontario CANADA don.branch@utoronto.ca. Lecture Outline. Diagnosis of hemolytic anemias Immune hemolytic anemias Classification of AIHAs

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