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  1. What is this?
    agglutination


  2. What is this?
    agglutination

  3. What is this?
    agglutination


  4. This type of parasite is seen in cattle and causes hemolytic anemia. It is an intracellular bacterial blood parasite that is the most prevalent tick-borne pathogen in cattle. What is it?
    anaplasma marginale


  5. This type of parasite is seen in cattle and causes hemolytic anemia. It is an intracellular bacterial parasite that is the most prevalent tick-borne pathogen in cattle. What is it?
    anaplasma marginale


  6. This type of parasite is seen in cattle and causes hemolytic anemia. It is an intracellular bacterial parasite that is the most prevalent tick-born pathgen in cattle. What is it?


  7. This bacterial pathogen on this neutrophil is a bacterial pathogen that causes lameness and is often confused with Lyme disease. It's morula can be seen within neutrophils from peripheral blood and synovial fluid. What is it?
    anaplasma phagocytophilium


  8. This bacterial pathogen on this neutrophil is a bacterial pathogen that causes lameness and is often confused wtih Lyme disease. It's morula can be seen within neutrophils from peripheral blood and synovial fluid. What is it?
    anaplasma phagocytophilium


  9. This bacterial pathogen on thsi neutrophil is a bacterial pathogen that causes lameness and is often confused with Lyme disease. It's morula can be seen within neutrophils from peripheral blood and synovial fluid. What is it:?
    anaplasma phagocytophilium


  10. This is a bacterial parasite that causes canine infectious cyclic thrombocytopenia. What is it?
    anaplasma platys


  11. Variable in red cell size. What is this?
    anisocytosis


  12. This is characterized by intravascular hemolysis manifested by a syndrome of anemia, hemoglobinuria, and jaundice. This condition is seen in dogs. What is it?
    babesia canis


  13. This is characterized by intravascular hemolysis manifested by a syndrome of anemia, hemoglobinuria, and jaundice. This condition is seen in dogs. What is it?
    babesia canis


  14. This is characterized by intravascular hemolysis manifested by a syndrome of anemia, hemoglobinuria, and jaundice. This condition is seen in dogs. What is it?
    babesia canis

  15. Focusing in fine focus will allow you to see the "halo" around the organism. This is a protozoal organism that is seen in dogs. It causes anemia and hemolysis and is seen in 50% of pit bulls. What is it?
    babesia gibsoni

  16. Focusing in fine focus will allow you to see the "halo" around the organism. This is a protozoal organism that is seen in dogs. It causes anemia and hemolysis and is seen in 50% of pit bulls. What is it?
    babesia gibsoni

  17. Focusing in fine focus will allow you to see the "halo" around the organism. This is a protozoal organism that is seen in dogs. It causes anemia and hemolysis and is seen in 50% of pit bulls. What is it?
    babesia gibsoni

  18. What is this in urine?
    bacteria

  19. What are the chains of rods?
    bacteria

  20. What is the WBC in the middle?
    basophil

  21. What is this WBC?
    basophil

  22. What is this WBC?
    basophil

  23. What kind of crystals are at the bottom clumped in a group of 3?
    calcium carbonate crystal

  24. What kind of crystals are these?
    calcium carbonate crystals

  25. What kind of crystals are these?
    calcium oxalate

  26. What kind of crystals are these
    calcium oxalate

  27. What is this found in urine?
    capillaria plica (worm in bladder)

  28. What is this found in urine?
    capillaria plica

  29. What is this found in urine?
    capillaria plica

  30. What kind of cast is this?
    coarse granular cast

  31. What kind of crystals are these
    cystine crystals

  32. What kind of crystals are these?
    cystine crystals

  33. This organism forms a signet ring or safety pin shape. It is a protozoal parasite that causes fatal disease in domestic cats. Bobcats are the reservoir for this organism. What is it?
    cytauxzoon felis

  34. This organism forms a signet ring or safety pin shape. It is a protozoal parasite that causes fatal disease in domestic cats. Bobcats are the reservoir for this organism. What is it?
    cytauxzoon felis

  35. This organism forms a signet ring or safety pin shape. It is a protozoal parasite that causes fatal disease in domestic cats. Bobcats are the reservoir for this organism. What is it?
    cytauxzoon felis

  36. What kind of WBC is this?
    eosinophil

  37. What kind of WBC is this?
    eosinophil

  38. What kind of WBC is this?
    eosinophil

  39. What kind of cast is this?
    epithelial cast

  40. What kind of cast is this?
    epithelial cast

  41. What is this found in urine?
    fat droplets

  42. What is this found in urine?
    fat droplets

  43. What kind of cast is this?
    fatty cast

  44. What kind of cast is this?
    fatty cast

  45. What kind of cast is this?
    fine granular cast

  46. This is caused by denatured hemoglobin. What is this?
    Heinz bodies

  47. This is caused by denatured hemoglobin. What is this
    heinz bodies

  48. This is caused by denatured hemoglobin. What is this?
    heinz bodies

  49. This is a basophilic inclusion of a young erythrocyte representing nuclear reminant. What is this?
    howell-jolly body

  50. This is a basophilic inclusion of a young erythrocyte representing nuclear reminant. What is this?
    howell-jolly body

  51. This is a basophilic inclusion of a young erythocyte representing nuclear reminant. What is it?
    howell-jolly body

  52. What kind of cast is this?
    hyaline cast

  53. What kind of cast is the arrow pointing to?
    hyaline cast

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