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[MCQs] MORPHOLOGY OF BLOOD CELLS QUIZ- Part 2 (25 test)

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1. An immediate precursor of the neutrophilic band cell is the:

  1. Myeloblast.
  2. Promyelocyte.
  3. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.
  5. Neutrophilic segmented cell.

2. In the granulocytic series, the immediate precursor of the promyelocyte is the:

  1. Monoblast.
  2. Myeloblast.
  3. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.

3. The neutrophilic segmented cell belongs to which series?

  1. Monocytic series.
  2. Plasmocytic series.
  3. Erythrocytic series.
  4. Granulocytic series.

4. Which cell is the least mature and stains unevenly?

  1. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  2. Neutrophilic band cell.
  3. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic segmented cell.

5. Which cell has two or more blue nucleoli, no cytoplasmic granules, and the nucleus occupying a ratio of 6:1 nucleus-cytoplasm?

  1. Myeloblast.
  2. Promyelocyte.
  3. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.

6. Which cell has only dark nonspecific granules within the cytoplasm, with the granules overlying the nucleus?

  1. Myeloblast.
  2. Promyelocyte.
  3. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.

7. A myeloblast cell has a:

  1. Small, relatively light area of pink granules among dark azurophilic granules and has a nucleus that is round, oval, or flattened on one side?
  2. Nucleus that is indented and a nucleus-cytoplasm ratio of about 1:5:1.
  3. Narrow, deep blue, nongranular rim around the nucleus.
  4. Nucleus with narrow filament that separates the nucleus lobes.

8. Which cell has a kidney-shaped nucleus and many small, light pinkgranules within the cytoplasm?

  1. Myeloblast.
  2. Promyelocyte.
  3. Neutrophilic myelocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic metamyelocyte.

9. The normal stages of granulocytes are:

  1. Myeloblast, myelocyte, and neutrophilic.
  2. Myeloblast, promyelocyte, and myelocyte.
  3. Promyelocyte, myelocyte, and esoinophilic.
  4. Neutrophilic, esoinophilic, and basophilic.

10. Numerous blue to black granules obscure the nucleus of the:

  1. Erythroblast.
  2. Mature basophil.
  3. Mature eosinophil.
  4. Neutrophilic segmented cell.

11. The promonocyte is a part of what leukocyte series?

  1. Monocytic.
  2. Lymphocytic.
  3. Plasmocytic.
  4. Granulocytic.

12. The lymphocyte has:

  1. No nucleus.
  2. A segmented nucleus.
  3. An indented, round or oval nucleus.
  4. A spongy, sprawling nucleus.

13. What are the stages of the lymphocytic series?

  1. Myeloblast, lymphoblast, and basophilic.
  2. Lymphocyte, myeloblast, and lymphoblast.
  3. Lymphoblast, lymphocyte, and monocyte.
  4. Lymphoblast, prolymphocyte, and lymphocyte.

14. Azurophilic (reddish-purple) granules may be found in the cytoplasm of:

  1. Lymphocytes.
  2. Erythrocytes.
  3. Mature eosinophils.
  4. Neutrophilic segmented cells.

15. Auer rods are frequently found in:

  1. Anemia.
  2. Leukemia.
  3. Multiple myeloma.
  4. Infectious mononucleosis.

16. Toxic granulation of neutrophilic cells occurs in:

  1. All of the below.
  2. Severe infections.
  3. Chemical poisoning.
  4. Burns.

17. Which leukocyte variation is often produced in blood that has been oxalated too long?

  1. Vacuoles.
  2. Auer rods.
  3. Hyposegmentation.
  4. Toxic granulation.

18. A hypersegmented neutrophilic cell has how many segments?

  1. 1-3.
  2. 3 – 4.
  3. 1 – 5.
  4. 5-10.

19. Vacuolated cytoplasm is common in the atypical                                                                                characteristic of infectious

  1. Monocyte.
  2. Lymphocyte.
  3. Plasmocyte.
  4. Neutrophilic segmented cell.

20. A segmented neutrophil that has phagocytized a homogeneous mass of nuclear material is called:

  1. A rosette.
  2. An L.E. cell.
  3. A tart cell.
  4. A Dohle body.

21. Platelets (thrombocytes) have a diameter of:

  1. 1-4 microns.
  2. 4-6 microns.
  3. 6-8 microns.
  4. 8-10 microns.

22. Leukemias, classified by duration, are described by the most progressive to the least rapid by:

  1. Acute, chronic, and subacute.
  2. Acute, subacute, and chronic.
  3. Chronic, acute, and subacute.

23. Which type of leukemia has smaller than normal myeloblast, large and bizarre- looking platelets?

  1. Acute rnyelomonocytic leukemia of Naegeli.
  2. Acute promyelocytic leukemia
  3. Chronic myelogenous leukemia.
  4. Acute myelogenous leukemia.

24. With acute monocytic leukemia of Schilling, the patient has:

  1. A moderately high WBC, a convoluted fine chromatin pattern, 1 to 5 nucleoli with immature granulocyte, and a serrated-shaped border.
  2. Anemia, a moderately high WBC, a normal platelet count, convoluted fine chromatin patter, 1 to 4 nucleoli with immature monocytes, and a serrated- shaped border.
  3. a moderately high WBC, a serrated-shaped border, mature lymphocytes, 1 to 5 nucleoli, thrombocytopenia, and immature granulocytes.
  4. Cytoplasm with few visible granules; a moderately high WBC; 1 to 5 nucleoli with immature, lacy monocytes; and a serrated-shaped border.

25. In advanced leukemia the signs and symptoms include:

  1. Enlarged lymph nodes.
  2. Spleen extending to the ilium.
  3. Fever.
  4. Weight loss.
  5. Increased sweating.
  6. Elevated metabolic rate.
  7. All of the above.

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