Hairy cell leukemia

  1. I figure someone might know something on here due to background.

    cells from a patient with hairy cell leukemia have immunologic and functional features of:
    mast cells and b lymphocytes
    b lymphocyte and monocyte
    granulocytes and monocytes
    b lymphocytes and t lymphocytes
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  3. by   ItsThatJenGirl
    What do you think?
  4. by   roser13
    Quote from Ashtimus Prime
    I figure someone might know something on here due to background.

    cells from a patient with hairy cell leukemia have immunologic and functional features of:
    mast cells and b lymphocytes
    b lymphocyte and monocyte
    granulocytes and monocytes
    b lymphocytes and t lymphocytes

    Not hitting on. Just want to hear your homework thoughts. We don't do homework outright.

    But you already know that. You have already exhausted us with pre-nursing questions.
    Last edit by roser13 on Mar 15, '17
  5. by   TheCommuter
    Moved to the Nursing Student Assistance forum.
  6. by   Wuzzie
    Quote from Ashtimus Prime
    The question was more asked caused I figured since it was a nursing forum someone would have knowledge to possibly answer the question. Mainly due to possible exposure to a patient with said disease.
    Oh for the love of God...cancer is not a communicable disease. You can't "catch" cancer and you were not "exposed" to anything.
  7. by   traumaRUs
    Okay lets get back to the topic at hand.

    BTW I think "exposure" in this sense means "experience with..."
  8. by   Esme12
    Quote from Ashtimus Prime
    I figure someone might know something on here due to background.

    cells from a patient with hairy cell leukemia have immunologic and functional features of:
    mast cells and b lymphocytes
    b lymphocyte and monocyte
    granulocytes and monocytes
    b lymphocytes and t lymphocytes
    Hi!

    We are happy to help with homework but we ask the ALL students post what their research has revealed to them first. Nursing is the type of profession that you will continue to learn throughout your career. Knowing how to research and draw conclusions will be a part of your everyday job and it is as important to learn as taking a blood pressure.

    What exactly is your question and tell us what you think your research has revealed to you and we will jump right in!

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