Lab Procedures II Lab Final

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Lab Procedures II Lab Final
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Lab Procedures II Final Identification
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  1. What is this?

    Urine Dipstick
  2. What is this?

    DTM Medium
  3. What is this?

    Vaginal Speculum
  4. What is this?


    ´╗┐Refractometer
  5. What is this?

    Struvite Crystals - Struvite crystals usually appear as colorless, 3-dimensional, prism-like crystals. They kind of look like coffin lids.
  6. What is this?

    Bilirubin Crystals - Bilirubin crystals form from conjugated bilirubin (water soluble) and are needle-like to granular crystals that are yellow in color. They tend to precipitate onto other formed elements in the urine. In the top picture, fine needle-like crystals have formed on an underlying cell. This is the most common appearance of bilirubin crystals. In the lower two pictures, cylindrical bilirubin crystals have formed in association with droplets of fat, resulting in a "flashlight" appearance. This form is less commonly seen.
  7. What is this?

    Calcium Oxalate Crystals - Calcium oxalate dihydrate crystals typically are colorless squares whose corners are connected by intersecting lines (resembling an envelope).
  8. What is this?


    Squamous Epithelial Cells - They are larger than transitional cells and have small central nuclei. They can be round or have one or more flat border.
  9. What is this?

    Transitional Epithelial Cells - Variable size and shape (depends on origin): round or polygonal, pear-shaped, caudate (pelvis), tailed, spindle, may develop refractile, fatty inclusions with storage.
  10. What is this?

    Hyaline Cast - Colorless, homogenous and transparent. Rounded ends
  11. What is this?

    Granular Cast - Large and coarse granules.
  12. What is this?

    Bilirubin Crystals - Bilirubin crystals form from conjugated bilirubin (water soluble) and are needle-like to granular crystals that are yellow in color. They tend to precipitate onto other formed elements in the urine.
  13. What is this?

    Calcium Oxalate Crystals - Calcium oxalate dihydrate crystals typically are colorless squares whose corners are connected by intersecting lines (resembling an envelope).
  14. What is this?

    Struvite Crystals - Struvite crystals usually appear as colorless, 3-dimensional, prism-like crystals. They kind of look like coffin lids.
  15. What is this?

    Transitional Epithelial Cells - Variable size and shape (depends on origin): round or polygonal, pear-shaped, caudate (pelvis), tailed, spindle, may develop refractile, fatty inclusions with storage.
  16. What is this?

    Squamous Epithelial Cells - They are larger than transitional cells and have small central nuclei. They can be round or have one or more flat border.
  17. What is this?

    Granular Cast - Large and coarse granules.
  18. What is this?



    Hyaline Cast - Colorless, homogenous and transparent. Rounded ends
  19. What is this?

    Calcium Oxalate Crystals - Calcium oxalate dihydrate crystals typically are colorless squares whose corners are connected by intersecting lines (resembling an envelope).
  20. What is this?

    Struvite Crystals - Struvite crystals usually appear as colorless, 3-dimensional, prism-like crystals. They kind of look like coffin lids.
  21. What is this?

    Bilirubin Crystals - Bilirubin crystals form from conjugated bilirubin (water soluble) and are needle-like to granular crystals that are yellow in color. They tend to precipitate onto other formed elements in the urine.
  22. What is this?




    Squamous Epithelial Cells - They are larger than transitional cells and have small central nuclei. They can be round or have one or more flat border.
  23. What is this?

    Transitional Epithelial Cells - Variable size and shape (depends on origin): round or polygonal, pear-shaped, caudate (pelvis), tailed, spindle, may develop refractile, fatty inclusions with storage.
  24. What is this?

    Hyaline Cast - Colorless, homogenous and transparent. Rounded ends
  25. What is this?

    Granular Cast - Large and coarse granules.
  26. What is this?

    Struvite Crystals - Struvite crystals usually appear as colorless, 3-dimensional, prism-like crystals. They kind of look like coffin lids.
  27. What is this?

    Bilirubin Crystals - Bilirubin crystals form from conjugated bilirubin (water soluble) and are needle-like to granular crystals that are yellow in color. They tend to precipitate onto other formed elements in the urine.
  28. What is this?

    Calcium Oxalate Crystals - Calcium oxalate dihydrate crystals typically are colorless squares whose corners are connected by intersecting lines (resembling an envelope).
  29. What is this?



    Squamous Epithelial Cells - They are larger than transitional cells and have small central nuclei. They can be round or have one or more flat border.
  30. What is this?

    Transitional Epithelial Cells - Variable size and shape (depends on origin): round or polygonal, pear-shaped, caudate (pelvis), tailed, spindle, may develop refractile, fatty inclusions with storage.
  31. What is this?

    Granular Cast - Large and coarse granules.
  32. What is this?

    Hyaline Cast - Colorless, homogenous and transparent. Rounded ends
  33. What is this?

    Fluoroscein Dye Strip
  34. What is this?


    Schirmer Tear Strip Test
  35. What is this?




    Tonopen
  36. What is this?

    Monocyte - Largest WBC.
  37. What is this?

    Lymphocyte
  38. What is this?

    Neutrophil
  39. What is this?

    Eosinophil
  40. What is this?

    WBC in urine
  41. What is this?

    RBC in urine
  42. What is this?



    Lymphocyte
  43. What is this?

    Eosinophil
  44. What is this?

    Monocyte - Largest WBC.
  45. What is this?

    Neutrophil
  46. What is this? (The arrow)

    RBC in urine
  47. What is this? (The arrowhead)

    WBC in urine
  48. What is this?

    Eosinophil
  49. What is this?

    Monocyte
  50. What is this?

    Neutrophil
  51. What is this?

    Lymphocyte

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