List
Total Count of RBC 
1.    
Name of the
technique
2.    
Fluid used
3.    
Parts of the
pipette
4.    
Gradation in the
pipette
5.    
Amount of fluid in
pipette
6.    
Bead color
7.    
Function of bead
8.    
Anticoagulant used
and Percentage
9.    
Which Vein used to
collect blood – other areas
10.Name
of the chamber used
11.Name
of diluting fluid
12.Composition
of fluid and function of each component
13.ml
of blood used for RBC count
14.Normal
range in
Adult Male
Adult Female
Lactating females
Pregnant females
New born
Infant
Child below 6years,
Children 6 -12 yrs of age.   
15.Causes
for increase in total count
Physiological
Pathological
16.Causes
for decrease in total count
Physiological
Pathological
17.Radiological
manifestation of deficiency
18.Oral
manifestation of deficiency with pathophysiology
19.MCV,
PCV & Definitions of other term
20.Structure
and dimension of RBC
21.Life
period of RBC
22.Synthesis
and differentiation
23.Enzymes
& Hormone involved in production
24.Role
of kidneys in RBC production
25.Other
methods of counting TC
Manual
Automated
26.Principles
of other methods
27.What
errors could lead to false count during & how to rectify
Blood collection
Storage
Loading in pipette
Loading the chamber
Coverslip placement
Count
28.Unit
of measurement
29.Define
Anemia
30.Define,
describe and attribute the following
Hyperchromic
Hypochromic
Anisocytes
Macrocytes
Microcytes
Ovalocytes/elliptocytes
Poikilocytes
Schistocytes
Sickle cells
Spherocytes
Target cells
Basophilic stippling
Heinz-Ehrlich bodies
Howell-Jolly bodies
Rouleaux formation
Stomatocytes
Tear drop RBC
Crenated RBC
Burr cells
Bite cells
Heinz bodies
31.Drugs
that
Decrease RBC
Increase RBC

32.Polycythemia

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