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溫韋伯氏疾病（Von Willebrand Disease）[編輯]
瀰漫性血管內凝血（Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation，DIC）[編輯]
Factor V Leiden[編輯]
- a major blood protein responsible for the maintenance of osmotic (water) pressure in the blood
- a deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin caused by lack of iron, folic acid or vitamin B12 in the diet, or by red blood cell destruction; associated with decreased ability of blood to carry oxygen
- cell responsible for the distribution of antibodies
- this white blood cell enters damaged tissues and releases a histamine and other chemicals that promote inflammation in the body to fight pathogens
- the means and transport system of the body used in carrying elements - nutrition, waste, heat - from one location in the body to another by way of blood vessels
- white blood cell that is involved in the immune response against parasitic worms (such as tapeworms and roundworms). Named because it stains with the red dye "eosin."
- V Leiden因子
- most common genetic hypercoagulability disorder.
- Formed Elements
- the red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets found in blood
- measurement of the % of red blood cells found in blood
- iron-containing pigment in red blood cells that combines with and transports oxygen
- genetic disorder in which the affected individual may have uncontrollable bleeding; blood does not clot
- the process by which blood flow is stopped; also describes the clotting of blood
- cells of the Lymphatic system, provide defense against specific pathogen or toxins
- The largest white blood cell. Becomes a macrophage when activated. Engulfs pathogens and debris through phagocytosis, also involved in presenting antigens to B and T lymphocytes.
- the most common white blood cell; they are phagocytic and engulf pathogens or debris in the tissues; also release cytotoxic enzymes and chemicals to kill pathogens
- also known as "Natural Killer Cells", these T lymphocytes are responsible for surveillance and detection of abnormal tissue cells; important in preventing cancer
- process by which amoeboid-like cells engulf and ingest, and thereby destroy, foreign matter or material
- cells that mediate by coordinating the immune system and enter the peripheral tissues. They can attack foreign cells directly and control the activities of other lymphocytes