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A clinical sign characterized by yellow skin, sclera, and mucosa. Bilirubin is 3X above normal.
Neonatal jaundice has low activity of this hepatic enzyme, which reaches adult level in 4 weeks.
A fetus synthesizes heme in this organ
Degranulates, changes shape, and puts out 3 receptors when activated.
Treatment monitored with APTT
A or B: N-acetyl glucosamine
Coagulation cascade includes 1) tissue factor 2) phospholipid complex expression 3) thrombin activation and 4)__________
Deficiency in GPIb results into this syndrome
Exposed when the vessel has a lesion. GPIb binds to this.
Bilirubin is conjugated with glucuronic acid in this organ
A protease that cleaves fibrinogen into fibrin. Other functions include activation of endothelium to generate tPA, NO, PGI2, and PDGF mediators.
Ratio of the patient's PT to the mean PT for a group of normal patients
Used to cover the baby's Rh+ RBC
A disease where patients are photosensitive and the most common type of error in heme synthesis.
Where coagulation factors are synthesized
Name a granule released by platelets
Reduced heme in a linear chain and is green in color
O allele codes for the inactive form of this enzyme
Released by endothelial cells as anti-coagulant.
RBC synthesis takes how many days
Inhibits clotting by proteolytic cleavage of factor Va and VIIIa
A or B: Galactose
Unconjugated bilirubin is transported through the blood with this protein
Treatment monitored with PT
Most important of the plasminogen activators
Intrinsic or Extrinsic: Most physiologically relevant in driving coagulation after vascular damage.
Endothelial injury, abnormal blood flow, and hypercoagulability make up________________ triad
20X Bilirubin levels that goes to lipid membranes and accumulate in basal ganglia result into this neurological disorder in neonates.
Activated by heparin and inactivates thrombin, Xa, and IXa
Where does heme synthesis occur?
A,B,O are alleles of the same gene on a single locus on this chromosome
Takes up RBC after 120 days
A presence of this protein means the person is Rh+
Deficiency in this receptor results in Glanzmann thrombastenia
Fetal blood gets in touch with the mother's blood when this detaches.
Accumulation of ALA and porphobillinogen in the urine and no photosensitization characterizes this disease caused by errors in heme synthesis.
Process that breaks down the clot and has enzymatic activity of plasmin to break down fibrin and interfere with its polymerization

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