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What is BRONCHIECTASIS?
correct spelling for widening of the bronchial tubes

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What is neutropenia?
deficiency in numbers of WBCs

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What is THALASSEMIA?
correct spelling for deficiency of hemoglobin (heredity)

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What is neck?
location of the cervical nodes

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What is toxins?
poisons (antigens)

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What is DYSPNEA?
correct spelling for difficult, painful breathing

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What is erythroblast?
immature RBC

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What is THROMBOCYTOPENIA?
correct spelling for deficiency of clotting cells

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What is chest?
location of the mediastinal nodes

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What is cytotoxic cells?
T-cell lymphocytes that directly kill foriegn cells; T8 cells

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What is ANOSMIA?
absence of a sense of smell

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What is myeloid?
derived from bone marrow

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What is COAGULATION?
correct spelling for process of clotting

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What is supressor T cells?
T-cell lymphocytes that inhibit the activity of B cell lymphocytes

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What is DIAPHRAGM?
correct spelling for muscle that aids in breathing and is located between the chest and the abdomen

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What is PYOTHORAX?
correct spelling for pus in the chest (between the membranes around the lung)

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What is hemolysis?
breakdown of recipient's RBCs when incompatible bloods are mixed

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What is MACROPHAGE?
correct spelling for large cell that engulfs foreign material and worn out RBCs

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What is immunoglobulins?
antibodies--IgG, IgE, IgM, IgD

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What is expiration?
breathing out (exhalation)

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What is TRACHEOTOMY?
correct spelling for incision of the windpipe

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What is iron-deficiency anemia?
sideropenia occurs causing deficient production of hemoglobin

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What is NEUTROPHIL?
correct spelling for WBC that destroys foreign material by phagocytosis

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What is helper T cells?
T-cell lymphocytes; aid B cells and antibody production; T4 cells

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What is hemolytic anemia?
reduction in RBCs due to excessive cell destruction

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