Laboratory Examination in Infectious Diseases

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Block C4 - Adolescence and Adulthood

Clinical Pathology
Office:5th floor, Radiopoetro
Lab:6th floor, Radiopoetro
Work-plan:Yes.
Pre-test:10 questions, mixed.
Post-test:None.
Lab Report:Yes, include work-plan.


Mnemonics[edit]

  • Exudates are cloudy: Going on a date with an ex ("ex-u-date") will be a cloudy day (a bad day).
  • Exudates are red, green, and yellow: Your ex is a bloody monster that pisses you off. (bloody=red, monster=green, pisses=yellow).
  • Transudates are found in high hydrostatic pressure: Trans-Canada Highway.
  • Transudates look like urine (clear or yellow): How does a transvestite pee?

Questions[edit]

2011 Batch Pretest[edit]

  1. List three differences between transudates and exudates. Exudates contain fibrinogen and are cloudy, transudates are usually clear and result from increased hydrostatic pressure in parietal membrane capillaries. Exudates result from inflammation while transudates do not.
  2. Transudates will result from an increased hydrostatic pressure. True.
  3. Transudates are found in inflammatory situations. False.
  4. What reagent does the Rivalta Test use? Acetic acid.
  5. What is the purpose of the Rivalta Test? To know turbidity.
  6. What stain is used in the Total Leukocyte count? Turk solution.
  7. What stain is used in the Differential Leukocyte count? Giemsa.
  8. List three diseases associated with transudates. Congestive heart failure, hepatic cirrhosis, and nephrotic syndrome.
  9. Which fluid in the body cavity indicates a pathological process? Effusion.

Compilation[edit]

Teaching Slides[edit]