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Hematology Quiz


What is not a function of WBCs?

A. fight of infection

B. carry oxygen

C. phagocytosis

D. synthesis antibodies

Name the granulocytes

A. lymphocytes, monocytes

B. neutrophils, basophils, leukocytes

C. basophils, monocytes, eosinophils

D. eosinophils, neutrophils, basophils

Thrombocytes are also called________.

A. platelets

B. erythrocytes



Select the term that does not belong in the following group: Eosinophils, lymphocytes, basophils, neutrophils

A. erythrocytes

B. leukocytes

C. thrombocytes

D. platelets

What is the disorder where there is malignant neoplasm of plasma cells or B-lymphocytes?

A. Thalassemia

B. Leukemia

C. Multiple Myeloma

D. Septicema

The blood protein which signifies the blood types (or lack of)?

A. antigen

B. antibody

C. hemostasis

D. pyrogen

Pernicious Anemia is caused due to the lack of what that is produced in the stomach?

A. Iron

B. Intrinsic Factor

C. Fibrinogen

D. Myeloblasts

A clot that develops and breaks away in a blood vessel is called:

A. thrombosis

B. thromboplastin

C. embolus

D. granulocyte

The molecule in RBCs used to transport O2 and CO2 is_____

A. albumin

B. heparin

C. hemoglobin

D. chemotaxis

When tissue is injured, mast cells release________________which causes vasodilation

A. Heparin

B. Histamine

C. Seratonin

D. Pyrogen

Negative Rh blood is found in what % of the population?

A. 15%

B. 20%

C. 55%

D. 85%

Which of the following is not a plasma protein?

A. albumin

B. fibrinogen

C. mast cells

D. gamma globin

What is the term that describes the shape of a RBC?

A. crescent shaped

B. biconvex

C. oval

D. biconcave

What is the normal PH of blood?

A. 3.5

B. 5.2

C. 7.4

D. 9.8

What causes Polycythemia?

A. too many RBC

B. lack of WBC

C. lack of platelets

D. infection

When a blood vessel is injured, platelets release____________ which causes vasoconstriction

A. Heparin

B. Histamine

C. Thromboplastin

D. Prothrombin

What is it that erythroblastosis fetalis can not happen if the mother is RH negative?

A. baby has RH negative blood

B. dad has RH positive blood

C. mother has RH antigens

D. baby has RH antibodies

What blood type does not produce antibodies?

A. O

B. A

C. B


The sex-linked bleeding disorder is also known as____________

A. Septicemia

B. Hemophilia

C. Sickle Cell Anemia

D. Pernicious Anemia

Blood type of the universal recipient is_________

A. 0 Neg

B. AB Neg

C. O Pos

D. AB Pos

The average white blood cell count is____________

A. 4.2-6.2 million/microliter

B. 47%

C. 12-18 gm/dL

D. 3,200-9,800 million/microliter

What is the function of a monocyte?

A. phagocytosis

B. diapedesis

C. coagulation

D. pyrexia

Thalassemia Major is also known as_______________

A. Cooley’s Anemia

B. Hemophilia

C. Sickle Cell Anemia

D. Polycythemia

What % of your blood is RBCs?

A. 30%

B. 45%

C. 55%

D. 92%

What is the process of formation of blood cells?

A. Hematopoiesis

B. Erythropoietin

C. Eryhtroposesis

D. agglutination


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