Hematology MCQs: Chapter 4

Hematology MCQs: Chapter 4

What is the medical term for a low platelet count in the blood?
Which blood cell type plays a key role in the immune response?
What is the term for the process by which white blood cells move through blood vessel walls to reach infected tissues?
Which blood type is considered the universal donor for red blood cell transfusions?
What is the average lifespan of a red blood cell (RBC)?
Which organ is primarily responsible for the production of red blood cells?
What is the primary function of platelets in the blood?
What is the primary function of hemoglobin in red blood cells?
Which of the following is a bone marrow disorder that results in the overproduction of white blood cells?
Which condition is characterized by a deficiency of red blood cells, resulting in fatigue and weakness?
Which term refers to the process of stopping bleeding, typically by forming a blood clot?
Which laboratory test measures the number of white blood cells in a blood sample?
What is the normal range for the hematocrit level in adult females?
Which of the following is a hereditary disorder that causes abnormal hemoglobin
Which of the following is a blood disorder characterized by uncontrolled proliferation of white blood cells, specifically in the bone marrow?
Which blood cell type lacks a nucleus?
What is the term for the process of breaking down red blood cells and releasing their components?
Which clotting factor is deficient in individuals with hemophilia A?
What is the primary function of eosinophils in the immune system?
Which white blood cell type is the most abundant in the peripheral blood?
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