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Journal August 2012 (Vol 33, No 8)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Hematologic Evaluation of Reptiles: A Diagnostic Mainstay by Jenni Jenkins-Perez , LVT, CVT, BAS(VT)

1. What percentage of a reptile’s body weight is its blood volume?
2. Which anticoagulant causes leukocyte aggregation if the sample is allowed to sit too long?
3. When reptilian blood smears are processed,
4. One limitation of Eopette analysis is that it
5. When the Natt-Herrick method is used,
6. Which of the following blood cell counting methods should be reserved as a last resort?
7. Which of the following blood cells is often confused with thrombocytes when the Natt-pette Test Kit is used?
8. Which blood cell is unique to reptiles?
9. Reptilian heterophils
10. Which of the following is true regarding reptilian lymphocytes?
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