Amorphous Sediment Crystals In Urine
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Amorphous Sediment Crystals In Urine

amorphous sediment crystals in urine
The POL Microscopy Atlas 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

(800) 274-7911 Leawood, KS

66211-2672

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Personnel Requirements Urine Sediment Cells Erythrocyte Leukocyte Renal tubular epithelial (RTE) cell Renal tubular epithelial cell with fat globules (oval fat body) Squamous epithelial cell Transitional epithelial (urothelial) cell Urine Sediment

Casts Cellular (WBC, RTE, epithelial) casts Fatty (fat globules) cast Red blood cell/blood/hemoglobin cast Waxy cast Urine Sediment

Crystals Acid Urine Amorphous urates crystals Calcium oxalate crystals Uric Acid crystals Alkaline Urine Ammonium biurate crystals (triple phosphate) crystals Calcium carbonate crystals Calcium phosphate crystals Abnormal Urine Crystals Metabolic Bilirubin crystals Cholesterol crystals Cystine crystals Leucine crystals Tyrosine crystals The POL Microscopy Atlas 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

(800) 274-7911 Leawood, KS

66211-2672

Fax: (913) Ampicillin crystals Sulfonamide crystals Radiographic dye crystals Urine Sediment

Organisms Trichomonas vaginalis Yeast/Fungi Fiber/fecal contamination Mucus strands Pollen grain Starch granule Vaginal Wet Preparation

Cells Clue cell Erythrocyte Leukocyte Squamous epithelial cell Vaginal Wet Preparation

Organisms Trichomonas Vaginalis Yeast/fungi Vaginal Wet Preparation

Other Fiber/fecal contamination Mucus strand Pollen grain Starch granules Stool Fecal Leukocytes Skin KOH Preparation Mite Pinworm Preparation The POL Microscopy Atlas 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

(800) 274-7911 Leawood, KS

66211-2672

Fax: (913) Band neutrophil Basophil Eosinophil Hypersegmented neutrophil Segmented neutrophil Segmented neutrophil with Dohle body Segmented neutrophil with toxic granulation Lymphocytic or Plasmacytic Series Lymphocyte Lymphocyte, reactive (atypical, variant, Downey cell) Plasma cell Monocytic Series Cellular Artifacts Basket cell/Smudge cell Degenerated neutrophil Functional Disorders of WBCs Erythrocytic Series Echinocyte (burr cell, crenated cell) Erythrocyte, normal Fragmented cell (schistocyte, helmut cell, keratocyte) Microcyte Ovalocyte (elliptocyte) Poikilocytosis Polychromatophilic red cell Rouleaux Sickle cell Spherocyte Target cell Tear drop cell The POL Microscopy Atlas 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

(800) 274-7911 Leawood, KS

66211-2672

Fax: (913) Hemoglobin C crystal Erythrocytic with Inclusions Basophilic stippling Howell-Jolly body Megakaryocytic Series Platelet, giant (mPlatelet clumping Platelet satellitosis Urine Sediment Procedure Vaginal Wet Preps/Potassium Performing a Manual Differential Learning Objectives POL Microscopy Atlas is to gain microscopic identification skills through studying the written material and correlating that information to the photographs featuring the various cellular elements.Following completion of the self-instructional material, the participant will be able to: Identify the cellular elements found in urine sediment and discuss their clinical Identify the casts found in urine sediment and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the crystals found in urine sediment and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the organisms found in urine sediment.Identify the cells found in vaginal wet preparation and discuss their clinical Identify the organisms found in vaginal wet preparation and discuss their clinical Identify other elements found in vaginal wet preparation and discuss their clinical Identify the presence or absence of leukocen and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the presence or absence of eosinophils in nasal specimens and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the presence or absence of yeast/fungal elements in a skin preparation and Identify the granulocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the lymphocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the monocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear and discuss their clinical associations.Identify the granulocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear and discuss their clinical associations.

The POL Microscopy Atlas 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

(800) 274-7911 Leawood, KS

66211-2672

Fax: (913) Explain the various functional disorders of white blood cells.Identify the erythrocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear and discuss their clinical associations.

Identify the megakaryocytic cells found in a peripheral blood smear.Perform an examination of urine sediment according to the specified procedure.Perform an examination of a vaginal wet preparation according to the specified Perform an examination of a manual differential..

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