By Shirlyn B. McKenzie Ph.D. CLS (NCA), Lynne Williams
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World Health Organization (WHO) classification - classification system for the neoplastic blood disorders. It uses newer diagnostic techniques to categorize neoplasms including genetics and flow cytometry. ᭤ Y ᭤ W Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia - anemia resulting from the presence of IgG autoantibodies that are reactive at 37°C with antigens on subject’s erythrocytes. The antibody–antigen complex on the cell membrane sensitizes the erythrocyte, which is removed in the spleen or liver. Wedge smear - blood smear prepared on a glass microscope slide by placing a drop of blood at one end and with a second slide pulling the blood the length of the slide.
CASE STUDY We will address this case study throughout the chapter. Aaron, a two-year-old male, was seen by his pediatrician because he had a fever of 102 to 104°F over the past 24 hours. Aaron was lethargic. Prior to this, he had been in good health except for two episodes of otitis. Consider why the pediatrician may order laboratory tests and how this child’s condition might affect the composition of his blood. ᭤ OVERVIEW The hematology laboratory is one of the busiest areas of the clinical laboratory.
Sideropenic - lack of iron. Stage - stage of a neoplasm indicates the extent and distribution of disease. Determining the stage of disease usually involves radiologic studies, peripheral blood examination, bone marrow aspiration, and biopsy. , neutrophils produce much side scatter because of their numerous cytoplasmic granules). Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) - change in which a single base in the DNA differs from the usual base at that position Slope - angle or direction of the regression line with respect to the x and y axes.