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  1. Urine Sedimentation Exam
  2. Dermatophytosis
  3. Hemoglobinuria
  4. SDA
  5. Mycoses Groups
  1. a no RBC on urine sediment and urine supernatant and plasma will be red ... in general affected animals will have low hematocrit
  2. b Ringworm
    infection caused by dermatophytic fungus in the dead keratinized tissues (nails, hair, skin)
  3. c Fungal Disease groups:
    Superficial, Cutaneous, Subcutaneous, Systemic
  4. d examines gross colony morphology as well as fungal microscopic characteristics, it may take 30-60 days for dermatophytes to grow as they are slow growing
  5. e Ideal = 10mL of Urine but practice = 5mL that are centrifuged to provide sediment

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. affected skin washed with 70% alcohol, scrapings taken from active border and placed in sterile container
    Shipped dry at room temp, between glass slides or in paper envelope, isolated and id require 30 days or longer
  2. solid selective, differential medium
    contains phenol red as a pH indicator, medium is yellow prior to inoculation and will turn from yellow to red when positive in 3-5 days
  3. 1mL - 1kg - hr
  4. if CNS affected, poor prognosis
    if Pulmonary affected, fair prognosis
    Can cause ocular blindness
    Treat with an anti-fungal Intraconazole
  5. budding (fission)

5 True/False Questions

  1. Ketonuria indicates:renal function
    should be performed on any animal suspected to have renal disease or urinary tract pathology


  2. Blood Casts found in ...bleeding into renal tubules, pyelonephritis


  3. Systemic Mycosesinvolves the blood and internal organs


  4. Common cause of ringworm in dogsMicrosporum canis, Microsporum gypseum, Trichopyton metagrophytes


  5. Subcutaneous Mycosesaffect the skin as well as muscle and connective tissue immediately below the skin


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