Red Blood Cells

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List Of Minor The Mighty Boosh Characters - R - Red Blood Cells
... Appear in Journey to the Centre of the Punk ... Vince's red blood cells are attacked by the Spirit of Jazz ...
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... All types of anemia including microcytic (small red blood cells), macrocytic (large red blood cells, leaving insufficient amounts of hemoglobin per unit ... It is very rarely that thrombocytopenia, which is a syndrome of low blood platelets leading to slowed clotting and abnormal bleeding, is observed in patients ... Sideroblastic cells have unusual patterns of iron clumping in the mitochondria that is visible when the cell is stained, receiving its name “ringed” sideroblast ...
... Polychromasia Classification and external resources Reticulocytes Human Blood Supravital Stain MedlinePlus 001318 Polychromasia (also known as Polychromatophilia) is a disorder where there ... These cells are often shades of grayish blue ... Polychromasia is usually a sign of bone marrow stress as well as immature red blood cells ...
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... the bone marrow in order to increase red blood cell production and thus the body's ability to carry oxygen ... "Average" red blood cell volume of the population at sea level is about 45% red blood cells. 5% of the population has less than 40% red blood cell, which is defined as "anemia" and 5% of the population, including many world class athletes, have a natural red blood cells volume of 50%.. ...

Famous quotes containing the words cells, red and/or blood:

    Madness is locked beneath. It goes into tissues, is swallowed by the cells. The cells go mad. Cancer is their flag. Cancer is the growth of madness denied.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    their red cloaks
    wrapped tight to the bone
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)

    But since Thy loud-tongu’d Blood demands Supplies,
    More from BriareusHands, than Argus Eyes,
    I’ll tune Thy Elegies to Trumpet-sounds,
    And write Thy Epitaph in Blood and Wounds!
    —James Graham Marquess of Montrose (1612–1650)