An increase of globulin and fibrinogen presents a stack-of-coins appearance for
erythrocytes. This is called a/an:
a. Irregularly-shaped erythrocyte.
b. Pale ring.
d. Rouleaux formation.
In hypochromic erythrocytes, the normal central pallor is increased as a result of
_____________________________ like many __________________________.
a. Cellular immaturity; nucleated stages.
b. An increased hemoglobin content; sickle cell abnormalities.
A decreased hemoglobin content; anemias.
d. Basophilic cytoplasm; mature cells.
A megaloblastic cell is caused by what deficiency?
a. Vitamin B6.
b. Vitamin B12.
An immediate precursor of the neutrophilic band cell is the:
d. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.
e. Neutrophilic segmented cell.