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[MCQs] Nonmalignant Disorders of Granulocytes and Monocytes Quizzes

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Leukocytosis can be caused by

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2. Neutrophilia can be related to a variety of conditions or disorders. Select the appropriate conditions.

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Charcot-Leyden crystals can be found in _____ of patients with active eosinophilic inflammation.

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Monocytosis can be observed in

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Neutropenia can be observed in

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_____ Alder-Reilly inclusions

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_____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

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_____ Döhle body inclusions

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_____ May-Hegglin anomaly

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_____ Pelger-Huët anomaly

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_____ Toxic granulation

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_____ Hypersegmentation

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_____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

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_____ Döhle bodies

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_____ Pelger-Huët anomaly

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_____ Hypersegmentation

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_____ Gaucher disease

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_____ Niemann-Pick disease

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_____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

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_____ Chronic granulomatous disease

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_____ Lazy leukocyte syndrome

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In the United States, human diseases caused by Ehrlichia species can be caused by

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Ehrlichiosis is transmitted by _____

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Gaucher cells have

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1. Leukocytosis can be caused by
A. increased movement of immature cells out of the
bone marrow’s proliferative compartment
B. increased mobilization of granulocytes from the
maturation-storage compartment
C. increased movement of granulocytes from the marginating pool to the circulating pool
D. all of the above
2. Neutrophilia can be related to a variety of conditions or
disorders. Select the appropriate conditions.
A. Surgery
B. Burns
C. Stress
D. All of the above
3. Charcot-Leyden crystals can be found in _____ of
patients with active eosinophilic inflammation.
A. sputum
B. tissues
C. stool
D. all of the above
4. Monocytosis can be observed in
A. tuberculosis
B. fever of unknown origin
C. rheumatoid arthritis
D. all of the above
5. Neutropenia can be observed in
A. bone marrow injury
B. nutritional deficiency
C. increased destruction and utilization
D. all of the above
6. _____ Alder-Reilly inclusions

A. Gigantic peroxidase-positive deposits.
B. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.
C. Döhle body–like inclusions.
D. Single or multiple pale-blue staining inclusions.

7. _____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

A. Gigantic peroxidase-positive deposits.
B. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.
C. Döhle body–like inclusions.
D. Single or multiple pale-blue staining inclusions.

8. _____ Döhle body inclusions

A. Gigantic peroxidase-positive deposits.
B. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.
C. Döhle body–like inclusions.
D. Single or multiple pale-blue staining inclusions.

9. _____ May-Hegglin anomaly

A. Gigantic peroxidase-positive deposits.
B. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.
C. Döhle body–like inclusions.
D. Single or multiple pale-blue staining inclusions.

10. _____ Pelger-Huët anomaly

A. Dark blue-black precipitates of RNA.
B. Five or more nuclear segments.
C. Failure of the nucleus to segment.
D. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.

11. _____ Toxic granulation

A. Dark blue-black precipitates of RNA.
B. Five or more nuclear segments.
C. Failure of the nucleus to segment.
D. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.

12. _____ Hypersegmentation

A. Dark blue-black precipitates of RNA.
B. Five or more nuclear segments.
C. Failure of the nucleus to segment.
D. Precipitated mucopolysaccharides.

13. _____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

A. Associated with a deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid
B. Associated with frequent infections in children or young adults
C. May be related to a maturational arrest in some acute infections
D. Associated with viral infections and burns

14. _____ Döhle bodies

A. Associated with a deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid
B. Associated with frequent infections in children or young adults
C. May be related to a maturational arrest in some acute infections
D. Associated with viral infections and burns

15. _____ Pelger-Huët anomaly

A. Associated with a deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid
B. Associated with frequent infections in children or young adults
C. May be related to a maturational arrest in some acute infections
D. Associated with viral infections and burns

16. _____ Hypersegmentation

A. Associated with a deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid
B. Associated with frequent infections in children or young adults
C. May be related to a maturational arrest in some acute infections
D. Associated with viral infections and burns

17. _____ Gaucher disease

A. Neutrophilic series
B. Monocytic-macrophage series

18. _____ Niemann-Pick disease

A. Neutrophilic series
B. Monocytic-macrophage series

19. _____ Chédiak-Higashi syndrome

A. Neutrophilic series
B. Monocytic-macrophage series

20. _____ Chronic granulomatous disease

A. Neutrophilic series
B. Monocytic-macrophage series

21. _____ Lazy leukocyte syndrome

A. Neutrophilic series
B. Monocytic-macrophage series

22. In the United States, human diseases caused by Ehrlichia
species can be caused by
A. E. chaffeensis
B. E. ewingii
C. E. phagocytophilia (similar or identical to)
D. all of the above
23. Ehrlichiosis is transmitted by _____.
A. mosquitoes
B. ticks
C. rats
D. cats
24. Gaucher cells have
A. wrinkled cytoplasm
B. one to three nuclei
C. a deficiency of b-glucocerebrosidase
D. all of the above

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