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5 Matching questions

  1. Complete urinalysis includes:
  2. Most common type of crystal in horses and cattle
  3. Cryptococcus:
  4. Urine turbidity:
  5. Granular Cast found in ...
  1. a Calcium Oxalate Crystals
  2. b caused by Cryptococcus neofromans
    found worldwide in soil and pigeon feces as the creatanine in bird feces increases growth
    common in outdoor cats
    infection by nasal inhalation that causes chronic nasal discharge
    diagnosed by fungal serology, cultures, cytology (impression smears with india ink)
  3. c subjective observations of urine color and turbidity
    urine chemistry using multi-reagent test strips
    microscopic examination after centrifugation
    specific gravity
  4. d Clear, Slightly Cloudy, Cloudy, Opaque, Flocculent
    normal = clear to slightly cloudy
    turbidity = presence of suspended particles in urine
  5. e severe renal damage, nephritis, tubular necrosis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. affect the skin as well as muscle and connective tissue immediately below the skin
  2. non-dissolved particulates within urine
    include: sloughed epithelial cells, WBC, RBC, bacteria, casts, sperm, fat droplets, other contaminating debris
  3. if urine remains on reagent strip to long, may show positive reaction
  4. colorless, 3-D, prism-like (coffin lids)
  5. RBC will be present on urine sediment
    may be caused by collection method, infection, neoplasia, or trauma

5 True/False questions

  1. __________ predisposed to calcium oxalate urolithiasisMiniature Schnauzers

          

  2. Normal 24 hour production of urine in dogs and cats20-44 mL/kg

          

  3. Urine pH less than 7.0considered acidic or normal
    carnivores have acidic pH

          

  4. Cellular Casts in Urine Sedimentin low numbers not indicative of renal disease
    in greater numbers may be seen in association with proteinuria

          

  5. SDAexamines gross colony morphology as well as fungal microscopic characteristics, it may take 30-60 days for dermatophytes to grow as they are slow growing

          

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