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VTA130 cytology / urinalysis

what equipment do you need for cytology of necropsy? gloves, sample, 2 slides, 22g needle 1 1\2", napkin/towel, sryinge 6ml
Name four ways of collecting your sample swab, scraping, imprint, fine needle biopsy(aspiration & non-aspiration), tissue biopsy
what type of smear preparations could you do compression, modified compression, line smear
what type of stain would you use Romanowsky(Diff-quick), new methylene blue
what are you looking for when doing a cytology abnormal cells in tissue
define anisokaryosis variation in size of nuclei in cells
define pleomorphisim ability to altar shape or size in response to environmental conditions
define multinucleation cells that have more than one nucleus
what equipment would you need for a urinalysis gloves, sample, centrifuge tube, rack, pipette 6ml, bio-chemistry strip, timer, refractometer, slide, cover slip, NMB stain, microscope
what does the refractometer measure urine specific gravity
What are things you are looking for with your cytology sample inflammation (large # of neutrophils), fungal and parasitic infections(increased # of macrophages and eosinophils), Neoplasia (populations of a single cell type), malignancy (abnormal neuclear configurations.
what would you see if you found a large number of neutrophils in your microscopic examination of cell sample inflamation
what would you see if you found an increased number of macrophages and eosinophils in your cell sample fungal and/or parasitic infection
what would it be called if you found a large population of a single cell type in your cell sample neoplasia
if you were to see abnormal nuclear configurations that would be called malignancy
if you were checking the lymph nodes what might you be looking for infection or lymphoma
if you were checking the CS fluid what might you be looking for meningitis
if you were checking vaginal cytology what might you be looking for estrocytology
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