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Which chromosome is the beta hemoglobin loci located?
What chromosome is the alpha and zeta loci located?
Which thalassemia typically has skeletal deformations?
Beta Thal Major
Which Thalassemia is completely asymptomatic?
Beta thal minima
What is the best test to use in confirming Bence-Jones proteins?
How do synovial lining cells typically look?
Large and Foamy
What do you typically see in Chediak-higashi?
Giant Lysosomes and fused granules
Class A fires include?
per, Wood, and Cloth
Class B fires include?
Class C fires include?
Class D fires include?
What is the McLeod phenotype associated with?
Kell antigen system and chronic granulomatous disease
Which of the following antibody types is chiefly seen in the secondary immune response?
Which one of the following is an immunochemical electrophoresis that uses antisera and quantitates an unknown antigen?
What organism causes White Piedra which infects hairs on the face, scalp, and body areas?
A stool from a two-year-old girl grew clear colonies on MacConkey agar, red colonies on XLD, and green colonies on HE without black centers. It was ornithine positive and indole negative. It should agglutinate in antisera of which serogroup?
D ( biochemical results are consistent with Shigella sonnei that agglutinates in Group D antisera. Shigella Groups A, B, and C are ornithine negative and usually are indole positive.)
Which of the following microscopic techniques is best suited for direct examination of the infectious agent of syphilis?
(allows a lower limit of resolution than bright-field microscopy which helps the tiny spirochetes to be seen in patient samples. In darkfield microscopy, there is a dark background where directly transmitted light is excluded by a dark-field condenser allowing only scattered light to be focused on the specimen. With dark-field microscopy bacteria appear luminous against a dark background.)
be caused by what type of structural defects?
(Deletion of a globin chain.
Substitution of amino acids in a globin chain.
Deletion of an amino acid in a globin chain.
Addition of an amino acid in a globin chain.
Fusion of globin chains)
Deletion of a globin chain (leads to Thalassemias)
What abnormal RBC morphology is typically seen in Megaloblastic anemia?
Macrocytes and macrocytic ovalocytes are commonly seen in megaloblastic anemias.
The Philadelphia chromosome is associated with which blood disorders?
chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML)
Deviations from Beer's Law are caused by?
A patient diagnosed with sepsis (based on clinical assessment and laboratory testing), whose procalcitonin was 2.0 ng/mL and 12 hours later is 10.0 ng/mL, is showing signs of improvement. (t/f)
What is PPLO agar used for?
PPLO agar is used for the isolation and cultivation of Mycoplasma species.
A patient experiences a mild allergic reaction to a transfusion, including urticaria, erythema (skin redness), and itching. What is the most likely source of the allergen?
Beta-lactam antibiotics interfere with cell wall synthesis by:
*Binding with a transpeptidase
*Preventing the final stage of peptidoglycan synthesis
*Interfering with PBPs
*All of the above
All the above
Primary hemostatic processes resulting from vascular damage include all of the following EXCEPT:
*collagen activates glycoprotein IIb/IIIa during platelet activation
*von Willebrand factor mediates platelet adhesion
*platelet granule release and fibrinogen mediate platelet aggregation
*rapid and immediate vascular dilation occurs
rapid and immediate vascular dilation occurs
The production of polar germ tubes is a characteristic that is associated with which of these dematiaceous fungi?
During Storage, the concentration of 2,3 DPG decreases in a unit of...?
Red blood cells
Cryoprecipitated AHF is indicated for which purpose?
to treat for fibrinogen deficiences
Cryoprecipitated AHF contains how many units of Factor VIII?
Which of the two are considered bence-jones proteins? Kappa light chain or gamma heavy chain?
Kappa light chain
a rubella immune statue test would measure which heavy chain isotype?
A two color flow cytometery histogram shows numerous peripheral blood cells that are positive for CD4 and CD8, this most likely indicate...?
T cell malignancy
mixed cryoglobulinemia is often associated with...?
Persoms who are Fy(a-b-) are resistant to infection be what organism?
Depression of what antigen is associated with CGD?
What represent the end product of purine metabolism in humans?
Factor VIII (Hemophilia A) has what effect on Platelet aggregation?
Which type of Cryptococcus is the only clinically encountered yeast that is phenol oxidase positive?
Primary amoebic encephalitis may be caused by what?
What can creatine correct for on a random specimen?
the over or under body hydration
What are the requirements for fluid/serum LD and WBC to be considered exudate?
Ratio over 0.6 and WBC count is 1,000uL
What hemoglobin electrophoresis pattern is usually seen in Sickle Cell?
80-90% HbS, 1-20% HbF and 2-4% Hb A2 (Will not see HbA)
A High LAP can be indicative of what?
What laboratory finding is associated with lupus anticoagulant?
Prolongation of all in vitro phospholipis dependent tests
What hemoglobin electrophoresis is consistent for a diagnosis of thalassemia major?
Hb A 0%, Hb A2 5% and Hb F 95%
Three alpha gene deletion is referred to as...?
P2Y12 is the receptor for which platelet aggregating agent?
How do beta lactam antibiotics interfere with cell wall synthesis?
-bind with transpeptidase
-prevent final stage of peptidoglycan synthesis
-interfere with penicillin binding proteins (PBP's)
what is galactosemia?
inherited metabolic disorder that affects an individual's ability to metabolize the sugar galactose effectively. Infants affected by galactosemia typically present with symptoms of lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, failure to thrive, and jaundice.
-seen on supravital stain
-seen in oxidative hemolysis, hemoglobinopathies, and post splenectomy, G6PD deficiency
-seen with Wright-giemsa stain
-associated with lead poisoning
howell jolly bodies
-seen with wright-giemsa stain
-seen in splenectomies
-rough RNA ER
-seen using supravital staining
-seen using Wright-Giemsa stain
-could be seen in megaloblastic anemia, thalassemia, splenectomy, severe anemia, dyserythropoiesis
increased blood ammonia levels are seen in which condition?
end stage cirrhosis
Which thalassemia will you see nRBC's in the peripheral blood smear?
Beta Thalassemia Major
normal M:E ratio in bone marrow?
2:1 to 4:1
Normal sodium levels
Normal potassium levels
Total protein levels
65-175 for men and 50-170 for women
Which enzyme is specific for liver disease and increased in viral hepatitis?
ALT (L for liver) Alanine Aminotransferase
Which type of bilirubin should be higher?
what is the most common type of hyperthyroidism?
pCo2 blood gas range:
HCO3 blood gas range:
22-26 (brandons age)
Which antibiotic is saprophyticus resistant to?
which species grows in 6.5 NaCl?`
what type of strep is frequently encapsulated?
Strep pneumoniae (football/lancet shaped) (No lancefield group)
Which bacillus species is hemolytic?
B. cerus (also motile and catalase pos and gram positive)
What are the key characterisitics of Coryne?
catalase pos and Non-motile!!
What species is motile at Room temp?
What are key characteristics of Nei
Catala*S*e and Oxida
ala*S*e and Oxida*S*e pos
What tests differentiate moraxella and neisseria?
DNase and butyrate (Moraxella is pos)
What differentiates klebsiella and enterobacter?
Motility (neg/pos) and ornithine decarboxylase (neg/pos)
what differentiates N.gonorrhoeae and acinetobacter?
Acinetobacter is oxidase neg
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