Clin Path E2/1

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  1. Characterizations of Acute, Septic Inflammation (3):
    • >70% Neuts
    • Karyolysed Neuts
    • Bacteria
  2. Characterizations of Acute, Sterile Inflammation (4):
    • >70% Intact Neuts
    • Mono
    • MO
    • Lympho
  3. Characterizations of Chronic Inflammation (2):
    • >50% Mononuclear (Mono, MO, Plasma, Lympho)
    • <50% Neut
  4. Characterizations of Chronic, Granulomatous Inflammation (5):
    • Giant Cells
    • MO
    • Mono
    • Neut
    • +/-Plasma Cells
  5. Characterizations of Pyogranulomotous Inflammation (6):
    • Giant Cells
    • Neut
    • MO
    • Mono
    • Plasma Cells
  6. What bacteria types stain dark blue/purple w/ Diff Quick?
    • Bacilli
    • Cocci
  7. What type of bacteria could be present in a sample from a draining skin lesion, neuts & MO
    Blastomycosis dermatitis
  8. Cytological appearance of a Hematoma (3):
    • RBC’s
    • Hemosiderophages
    • WBC
    • (No PLT)
  9. Cytological appearance of a Sialocele (3):
    • RBC
    • MO
    • Amorphous Pink Material, Mucin
  10. Cytological appearance of a Epithelioma (3):
    • Lots of amorphous debris
    • Squames
    • Chol Crystals
  11. Acinus formations are indicative of…..?
    Adenocarcinoma
  12. Carcinoma
    Cellularity:
    Occurance:
    Morphology:
    Cell Boundry:
    • Cellularity: High
    • Occurance: Sheets/Clusters
    • Morphology: Round/Oval
    • Cell Boundry: Distict
  13. Round Cell:
    Cellularity:
    Occurance:
    Morphology:
    Cell Boundry:
    • Cellularity: High
    • Occurance: Single Cell, Irregular Clusters
    • Morphology: Round, Oval, Elongated
    • Cell Boundry: Distinct (usually)
  14. Sarcoma:
    Cellularity:
    Occurance:
    Morphology:
    Cell Boundry:
    • Cellularity: Low
    • Occurance: Single Cell, Seperate
    • Morphology: Elongated, Spindle
    • Cell Boundry: Indistinct
  15. Carcinomas include:
    • SCC
    • Adenocarcinoma
  16. Round Cell Tumors include:
    • TVT
    • Histiocytoma
    • Melanoma
    • Mast Cell
    • Lymphoma
    • Plasma Cell
  17. Sarcomas include:
    • Osteosarcoma
    • Fibrosarcoma
  18. Which Round Cell Tumors have granules? How are they differentiated?
    • Mast Cell Tumors (Pink- Reddish/Purple)
    • Melanoma (Greenish/Black)
  19. Which Round Cells Tumors have eccentric nuclei with Perinuclear zone?
    • Plasma Cell Tumors
    • Cutaneous Plasmacytoma
  20. A normal LN is comprised of:
    • 90% Mature Lymphocytes
    • <2% Lymphoblasts
    • 5% Plasma & MO, +/- Neut, EOS, Mast
  21. What structures can be used to ID lymphoid tissue? Appearance?
    • Lymphoglandular Bodies
    • Small, Anucleate, blue
  22. What is the major feature/indication of a Reactive LN:
    • Mature Lymphocytes
    • Prolympholasts
  23. Plasma Cells with vacuoles/Russell Bodies
    Mott Cell
  24. What diseases => Generalized Lymphanedopathy?
    • FeLV
    • FIV
    • Erlichiosis
  25. In General, Lymphadenitis is characterized by an increase in…
    • Neutrophils
    • (+/-MO, reactive Lymhpo, Plasma & EOS)
  26. Acute, Septic Lymphadenitis is characterized by an increase in…
    Neutrophils, Karyolysed & Intact

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