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What tests confirm Uroperitoneum?
What is the most reliable was to differentiate a True Chyle from a pseudochyle?
- True Chyle=
- Higher TG than in blood
- Lower Chol than in blood
- (+/- +Ether & Sudan III)
Green Fluid from Abd?
Milky white-pink, turbid fluid?
What test is used ot Dx Bile Peritonitis?
What test can assist in Dx of FIP?
What highly exfoliative neoplasms can be found in effusions?
- Epithelial (Adenocarcinoma)
- Round Cell (Lymphosarcoma)
- (No spindle cell/CT)
How can Joint Fluid Viscosity be assessed?
10:1 Glacial Acetic Acid + Joint Fliud
Normal Joint Fliud TP & NCC
What major cell type is seen in Joint Fliud?
- Mononuclear (70-90%)
- (Few Neut & Lymphs)
Cytology of synovial fluid w/ Lupus Erythematosus=>
Acute, Sterile Arthritis
B/c Neuts & Bacteria are rarely found in SA joint fluid, what can be used to Dx cause of arthritis?
- Nonshifting=> Septic
- Shifting=> immune mediated
What can cause arthritis in neonates?
- Naval Ill
- Pharyngeal Infections
Synovial Fluid with Increased TP, NCC and intact Neuts=>
- Acute Arthritis
- (Sterile, immune mediated)
Synovial Fluid with Increased TP, NCC & karyolysed Neuts =>
Synovial Fluid with RBCs and Hemosideraphagesm=>
Osteoblasts/Osteoclasts in synovial fluid are indicative of…
*Low Viscosity is indicative of…
- Chronic & Acute Arthritis
- (High Neut in Acute & High Mononuc. In chronic)
What causes Xanthochromia in CSF?
- Previous Hemorrhage
- (Yellow-orange colored)
Increased NCC in CSF is called…
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