B. BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANT

31. The science of transplantation revolves around hematopoiesis and immunology. Hematopoiesis has three distinct phases, which are:

  1. Proliferation, maturation, and senescence
  2. Proliferation, adhesion, and senescence
  3. Proliferation, differentiation, and maturation
  4. Differentiation, multiplication, and apoptosis

32. The three types of granulocytes are:

  1. Neutrophils, segmented neutrophils, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes
  2. Neutrophils, basophils, and eosinophils
  3. Segmented neutrophils, progenitors, and white blood cells
  4. Progenitors, antigen presenting cells, and eosinophils

33. A patient is to receive a blood transfusion of two units of packed red blood cells that have been irradiated. Which of the following explains ...

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