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How a CUT heals. Could have used this for Anatomy & Physiology class this year. @Jeannie Fulbright

For Science class! How a CUT heals. Could have used this for Anatomy & Physiology class this year.

Did you know that there are five different types of white blood cells?  They can be remembered with the mnemonic "Never Let Monkeys Eat Bananas", though they are not in that order in this image.  From left to right, this is a neutrophil, monocyte, basophil, lymphocyte, and eosinophil.  The light pink dots around them are red blood cells.

likes this photo of leucocytes (white blood cells)- in order they are neutrophils, monocyte, basophil, lymphocyte, and eosinophil. The light pink dots around them are red blood cells.

Facts About Blood

"Facts About Blood Infographic" And this totally explains why they include a mangaka's blood type in interviews and publications, a pretty useless and somewhat personal sounding fact for your fans to know, unless you're asking for blood or an organ transp

Hematopoiesis

Red Blood Cells -I look for these changes in red cells at work :) - Nurse, Nurses, Nursing

Myelocyte Vs Promyelocyte - - Yahoo Image Search Results

The earliest morphologically distinct myeloid cell is a myeloblast. Cell with myeloid commitment at stages of differentiation between the pleuripotant stem cell and myeloblasts have been identified…

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Picture # 103 Collection funny pictures (more 450 pics) for February 2017

EDTA- platelet clumping and satellitism. Also can see this in heparinized patients or in HIT.  AH says that platelets can degranulate in HIT and EDTA, too. Falsely decreased platelet count.

EDTA- platelet clumping and satellitism. AH says that platelets can degranulate in HIT and EDTA, too.

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