stain/Misc

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stain/Misc
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2011-11-01 10:52:14
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  1. PAS (2):
    • Glycogen
    • Fungal Hyphae/Spores
  2. Fontana (2):
    • Fungi
    • Melanoma
  3. Toluidine Blue:
    Mast Cell Tumors
  4. Sudan 3:
    • Fats/lipids
    • (Chyle)
  5. Schorrs:
    Vaginal Epi
  6. Modified Z-N
    • Mycobacteria
    • Acid Fast Bact
  7. Acid Fast:
    Mycobacteria
  8. Cells with High (95%) Nucleus/Low Cyto=
    Lymphoma
  9. Cells with abundant Pink Cyto=
    Histiocytoma
  10. Cells with Eccentric Cyto & Perinuclear zone=
    Plasma Cell
  11. LN with ++Small, mature lymphocytes=
    • Normal
    • (Reactive if small Increase in others)
  12. What liver dz can occur in cats?
    Lymphocytic Inflammation
  13. Which procedures should u not check TP/NCC?
    • TTL
    • BAL
  14. TTL site:
    • Cricothyroid Lig
    • Inter-tracheal Rings
  15. what => Exudate (5):
    • Intestinal Rupture
    • Gall Bladder Rupture
    • Chylous
    • Pseudochylous
    • FIP
  16. What => Pure Trans (3):
    • Protein Losing Glomerulonephritis
    • Protein Loseing GI problems
    • Liver Dz
  17. What => Obs/Mod Trans (3):
    • Liver Dz
    • Chylous Effusion
    • CHF
  18. CSF with +TP, +NCC & mononuclear pleocytosis=>
    • Viral
    • Fungal
  19. CSF with +TP, +NCC & mixed inflammatory Cells & intact Neuts=>
    GME
  20. What diseases => Sterile Acute Arthritis (2)?
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Lupus Erythematoses
  21. What diseases => Septic Acute Arthritis (3)?
    • Naval ill/Joint Ill
    • Bacterial
    • Lymes
  22. What differentiates Degenerative JD from others
    • Low viscosity, but TP & NCC WNL (or slightly increased)
    • (VS Acute Arthritis w/ +Neut)
  23. What type of inflammation does phenumonia cause?
    Acute Septic or Sterile
  24. CSF = Joint Fluid, how?
    Only a few mononuclear cells in normal fluid

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