Leukocytosis and leukemia. A 3-year-old child had eaten some strawberries. Soon he developed a rash and itching. What was found in the child’s leukogram?
After an attack of bronchial asthma a patient had his peripheral blood tested.
What changes can be expected?
As a result of a road accident a 26- year-old man is in the torpid phase of shock. Blood count: leukocytes - 3, 2 · 109/l. What is the leading mechanism of leukopenia development?
Leukocyte redistribution in the bloodstream
Faulty release of mature leukocytes from the bone marrow into the blood
Leukocyte destruction in the hematopietic organs
Increased excretion of the leukocytes from the organism
A 26-year-old man is in the torpid shock phase as a result of a car accident.
In blood: 3, 2 · 109/l. What is the leading mechanism of leukopenia development?
Redistribution of leukocytes in bloodstream
Disturbed going out of mature leukocytes from the marrow into the blood
Lysis of leukocytes in the blood-forming organs
Intensified elimination of leukocytes from the organism
A 59-year-old woman has been hospialized in a surgical ward due to exacerbation of chronic osteomyelitis of the left shin. Blood test: leukocytes - 15, 0 • 109/l. Leukogram: myelocytes - 0%, metamyelocytes - 8%, stab neutrophils - 28%, segmented neutrophils - 32%, lymphocytes - 29%, monocytes - 3%. Such blood count would be called: