Clin Path E2/2

Card Set Information

Author:
KHW
ID:
113150
Filename:
Clin Path E2/2
Updated:
2011-10-30 15:31:46
Tags:
Clin Path E2
Folders:

Description:
Clin Path E2/2
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user KHW on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Granulomatous Lymphadenitis is characterized by an increase in…
    • Epithelioid MO’s
    • Giant Cells
    • Neutrophils
    • Plasma Cells
  2. Lymphosarcomas are characterized by an overall increase in…
    Immature, Blast & Atypical Lymphoid Cells (>50%)
  3. Appearance/Characteristics of Lymphosarcoma Cells (4):
    • Cytoplasm= Deeply Basophilic
    • Clumped Chromatin
    • Prominent Nucleoli
    • Nuclear Molding
  4. Monotony in a LN =indicates…
    Lymphoma
  5. Swollen Hepatocytes with vacuolated/lacy appearance=>
    Glucocorticoid Hepatopathy
  6. Hepatocytes with large vacuoles and displaces nucleus=>
    Hepatic Lipidosis
  7. Degenerated/Vacuolated/Poorly Stained Hepatocytes=>
    Hepatitis
  8. Pleomorphic Hepatocytes or epithelial Cells =>
    Malignancy (Bile Duct Carcinoma, or metastatic meoplasms
  9. Fat can be stained using…
    • Sudan 3
    • Oil Red O
  10. Elevated ALP, AST, ALT, Bili & minimally increased GGT=>
    Hepatic Lipidosis
  11. A Paracententesis should be performed where in SA? Horses? Cattle?
    • SA: Umbilicus
    • Horse: Btw Xyphisternum & Umbilicus
    • Cattle: Cr & Med to Milk Vein
  12. A Pericardiocentesis should be performed where?
    L 5th-6th ICS
  13. A Thoracocentesis should be performed where?
    R 6th-7th ICS
  14. The presence of Lymphocytes in an effusion =>
    • Chylous
    • Lymphosarcomatous
  15. The presence of EOS in an effusion =>
    • Allergic Rxn
    • Mast Cell Tumor
  16. The presence of RBCs in an effusion =>
    • Hemorrhage
    • Contamination
  17. The presence of Mesothelial Cells in an effusion =>
    Irritation (excess blood/fluid/inflammation)
  18. What cells can appear to be neoplastic in an effusion?
    Mesothelial Cells
  19. Transudate
    Appearance:
    TP:
    NCC:
    • Appearance: Clear
    • TP: <2
    • NCC: <5
  20. Modified/Obstructive Transudate
    Appearance:
    TP:
    NCC:
    • Appearance: Clear - Turbid/Bloody
    • TP: 1-4
    • NCC: 3-10
  21. Exudate
    Appearance:
    TP:
    NCC:
    • Appearance: Turbid/Bloody
    • TP: >3.5
    • NCC: >8
  22. Trasudate is caused by:
    • Glomerular Nephropathy
    • Gall Bladder Rupture
    • Norm in Equine
  23. Modified/Obstructive Transudate is caused by:
    • Circulatory Disturbances (CHF, Liver Firbrosis)
    • Obstruction (Neopplasia)
  24. Exudate is caused by:
    • Inflammation (sterile/septic)
    • Neoplasia (Sterile)
    • Chyle (sterile)
    • Intussception (Septic)
  25. How can a hemorrhage be differentiated from blood contamination?
    • Hemorrhages:
    • NO clottin
    • No Platelets
    • Erythropages & Hemosiderophages
  26. What is seen 2-4 days post hemothorax/peritoneum?
    Erythrophages & Hemosiderophages

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview