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Urinalysis Exam 3

The largest epithelial cell in urine sediment: Squamous epithelial cell
Clinically significant squamous epithelial cell: Clue cell
Ghost cells are seen in urine that is: Alkaline and dilute
Oval fat bodies are: RTE cells that contain lipids
Reagent strip result most valuable in crystal identification: pH
What lipid is capable of polarizing light? Cholesterol
Fatty casts are associated with: nephrotic syndrome, toxic tubular necrosis, diabetes mellitus, and crush injuries
Crystals associated with liver disorders: Tyrosine, leucine, and bilirubin
RBC casts are associated with: glomerulonephritis
To prevent inaccurate reporting of RBC casts, what also should be present in the urine sediment? Free floating RBCs
WBC casts are associated with: Pyelonephritis
Predominant WBC found in urine: Neutrophil
Created by: ashleys915