Practical 2

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Practical 2
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  1. What is this?
    hypersegmented neutrophil

  2. What is this?
    hypersegmented neutrophil

  3. What is this?
    hypersegmented neutrophil

  4. What's wrong with these RBCs?
    hypochromasia

  5. What's wrong with these RBCs?
    hypochromasia

  6. What's wrong with these RBCs?
    hypochromaisa

  7. This type of protozoan has cutaneous and viseral forms in dogs as well as people.
    leishmania

  8. This type of protozoan has cutaneous and viseral forms in dogs as well as people.
    leishmania

  9. This type of protozoan has cutaneous and viseral forms in dogs as well as people.
    leishmania

  10. What type of RBC is this?
    leptocyte

  11. What type of RBC is this?
    leptocyte

  12. What type of RBC's are these?
    leptocytes

  13. What kind of cast is this?
    leukocyte cast

  14. What type of WBC is this?
    lymphocyte

  15. What type of WBC are these?
    lymphocyte

  16. What type of WBC is this?
    lymphocyte

  17. What type of WBC is this?
    monocyte

  18. What type of WBC is this?
    monocyte

  19. What type of WBC is this?
    monocyte

  20. This bacteria blood parasite in cats causes feline infectious anemia and a hemolytic anemia. These intracellular inclusions appear as small basophilic structures across the RBC surface and occastionally will be seen between cells, having detached from the RBC membrane. What type of parasite is this?
    mycoplasma haemofelis

  21. This bacteria blood parasite in cats causes feline infectious anemia and a hemolytic anemia. These intracellular inclusions appear as small basophilic structures across the RBC surface and occasionally will be seen between cells, having detached from the RBC membrane. What type of parasite is this?
    mycoplasma haemofelis

  22. What kind of WBC is this?
    neutrophil

  23. What kind of WBC are these?
    neutrophil

  24. What kind of anomaly is this?
    pelger-huet anomaly

  25. What kind of anomaly is this?
    pelger-huet anomaly

  26. These RBC are different cell colors. What kind of RBCs are these?
    polychromasia

  27. These RBCs are different cell colors. What kind of RBC are these?
    polychromasia

  28. These RBCs are different in cell color. What kind of RBC's are these?
    polychromasia

  29. What kind of cast is this?
    erythrocyte cast

  30. What kind of cells are these in urine?
    RBC

  31. What kind of cells are these in urine?
    RBC

  32. What kind of cells are these in urine?
    RBCs

  33. What kind of cells are these in urine?
    renal tubular cells

  34. These RBCs have been stained with NMB. What kind of RBCs are these?
    reticulocytes

  35. These RBCs have been stained with NMB. What kind of RBCs are these?
    reiculocytes

  36. These RBCs have been stained with NMB. What kind of RBC are these?
    reticulocytes

  37. These RBCs are stacked like coins and is common in horses. What do we call this?
    rouleaux

  38. These RBCs are stacked like coins and is common in horses. What do we call this?
    rouleaux

  39. These RBCs are stacked like coins and are common in horses. What do we call this?
    rouleaux

  40. What type cells are these found in urine?
    squamous cells

  41. Which cell is on the top and which cell is on the bottom?
    • squamous
    • transitional

  42. What type of epithelial cells are these?
    squamous

  43. What type of epithelial cells are these?
    squamous

  44. What type of crystals are these?
    struvite

  45. What type of crystal is this?
    struvite

  46. What type of crystal is this?
    struvite

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