We only exist as the blood corpuscles
that course through its arteries, and if it could work without us, it would let us die.
On certain problems in the physiology of the blood corpuscles
During Seek & Destroy more than 100 big, black, branded beachballs fell from the rafters like diseased blood corpuscles
His red blood count, white blood corpuscles
and platelets took a huge dive.
The total white blood corpuscles
showed a slight decrease in patients with SLE disease and statistical significant increase in patients with RA disease (P< 0.
The point of the sting turns red because tiny blood vessels expand, through which swarms of white blood corpuscles
Once encased in Neopor," says Storopack, "red blood corpuscles
can be maintained at 2[degrees] C to 8[degrees] C for over 24 hours at an ambient temperature of 25[degrees] C.
to revise its product information description to include side effects such as the risk of developing serious skin problems and pancytopenia, or a decrease in red and white blood corpuscles
as well as plasma, the officials said.
He used saffron as a means to render tissues such as muscle more easily visible, and he also described blood corpuscles
13] He named urea, bilin, and carbonic acid among the substances formed by the vital energy of the blood corpuscles
nourished by oxygen, albumin, and fat, but he thought that the most important product of the blood was animal heat, released during the combination of oxygen with the carbon of globulin (104).