blood corpuscle

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The blood corpuscles, such as leukocytes, erythrocytes, hemoglobin, hematocrit and platelets were determined using an automatic hematological analyzer (VET abc, Montpellier, France) within 2 h after blood sampling.
White blood corpuscles gather at "hotspots" like infections and inflammations.
05), increasing the number of blood corpuscles such as white blood cells, haemaglobin and platelets in circulation.
We only exist as the blood corpuscles that course through its arteries, and if it could work without us, it would let us die.
These observations were made before the era of modern microscopy - although indeed Hodgkin used an early microscope and described the biconcave nature of red blood corpuscles.
The one trillion white blood corpuscles in our body do the trick
The interstices of the tubules were enriched with hematopoetic tissues, which contained round to polygonal cells possessing hyper chromatic nuclei with red blood corpuscles.
Herrick titled "Peculiar Elongated and Sickle-Shaped Red Blood Corpuscles in a Case of Severe Anemia.
The video microscope allowed students to see much more, such as watching blood corpuscles coursing through the capillaries of a live goldfish in real time.
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 venom is both a neurotoxin (paralyzing the nerve centers that control respiration and sense organs) and haemotoxin (destroying the red blood corpuscles as well as the linings of smaller blood vessels).
Selective occurrence of glutathione instability in red blood corpuscles of the various Jewish tribes.
The point of the sting turns red because tiny blood vessels expand, through which swarms of white blood corpuscles flow.