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pericardial fluid
clear, pale yellow

normal

2

pericardial fluid
blood-streaked

infection, malignancy

3

pericardial fluid
grossly bloody

Cardiac puncture, anticoagulant medications

4

pericardial fluid
milky

chylous and pseudochyous effusion

5

pericardial fluid
inc neutrophils

bacterial endocarditis

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pericardial fluid
malignant cells

metastatic carcinoma

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pericardial fluid
carcinoembryonic antigen significance

metastatic carcinoma

8

pericardial fluid
G/S and culture significance or purpose

bacterial endocarditis

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pericardial fluid
Acid fast stain

Tubercular effusion

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pericardial fluid
Adenosine deaminase

Tubercular effusion

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peritoneal fluid
clear, pale yellow

normal

12

peritoneal fluid
Turbid

microbial infection

13

peritoneal fluid
Green significance (2)

Gallbladder, pancreatic disorders

14

peritoneal fluid
Blood-streaked (2)

Trauma,infection of malignancy

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peritoneal fluid
Milky (2)

Lymphatic trauma and blockage

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Normal WBC count peritoneal fluid

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WBC count in bacterial peritonitis, cirrhosis

>500 cells/uL

18

peritoneal fluid

NORMAL

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peritoneal fluid
>500 cells/uL

bacterial peritonitis, cirrhosis

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CEA significance in peritoneal fluid

Malignancy of gastrointestinal origin

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CA125 significance in peritoneal fluid

Malignancy of ovarian origin

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Decreased in tubercular peritonitis, malignancy

glucose

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what happens to glucose in tubercular peritonitis, malignancy

decreased

24

Peritoneal fluid
Increased in pancreatitis, gastrointestinal perforation

Amylase

25

Peritoneal fluid
Increased in gastrointestinal perforation

Alkaline phosphate

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what happens to amylase in pancreatitis, gastrointestinal perforation (Peritoneal fluid)

increase

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what happens to ALP in gastrointestinal perforation (Peritoneal fluid)

Increased

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Peritoneal fluid
Ruptured or punctured bladder

Blood urea nitrogen/ creatinine

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peritoneal fluid
significance of BUN/Crea

Ruptured or punctured bladder

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peritoneal fluid
significance of G/S and Culture

Bacterial peritonitis

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peritoneal fluid
significance of acid fast stain

Tubercular peritonitis

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peritoneal fluid
significance of adenosine deaminase

Tubercular peritonitis

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