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1

Which Species is Bilirubinuria abnormal in for UA? A.) Cats B) Dogs

A). Cats * 1+ May be normal in dogs

2

What power do you look for casts on in a urinalysis? A). 10x B). 4x C). 40x D). 100x

A). 10x

3

What cell do you see on a sediment slide that looks large, square to rectuangular with a small nuclei? A). Transitional Epith. B). Squamous Epith. C). Renal tubular cell D). Neoplastic

B). Squamous epithelial cells

4

What cell is medium sized, round to oval shaped, granular cytoplasm with a small nucleus on a urine slide? A). Transitional Epith. B). Squamous Epith. C). Renal tubular cell D). Neoplastic

A). Transitional Epith.

5

What do you report RBC in urine? A). #/lpf B). how many you see C). estimate D). #/hpf

D). #/hpf or TNTC

6

What are the two types of bacteria seen in urine?

Rods or Cocci

7

What does Triple phosphates look like? A). squares with X's (Envelope) B). Fragments C). Coffin lid D). Picket fence

C). Coffin lid

8

What pH do you typically see struvites in? A). Alkaline urine B). Acidic C. Neutral

A). Alkaline urine

9

What is another name for Triple phosphate crystal?

Struvites

10

When would you see Calcium Oxalate Monohydrates?

With Ethylene Glycol poisioning

11

What pH do you typically see Calcium Oxalates in?

Acidic

12

What breeds have more Calcium Oxalate Dihydrates? A). Bichons B). Dalmations C). Schnauzers D). All of the above

D). All of the above

13

What crystal looks like dirt/ granular grain? A). Amorphous Phosphates B). Calcium Oxalates C). Ammonium Biurates D). Tyrosine

A). Amorphous Phosphates

14

What crystal looks Roundish with spikes or "thorny apple" Appearance? A). Amorphous Phosphates B). Calcium Oxalates C). Ammonium Biurates D). Tyrosine

C). Ammonium Biurates (Usually brown in color)

15

What disease is indicated when you see ammonium biurates? A). Kidney disease B). Liver disease C). Spleen Disease

B). Liver Disease

16

What crystal is hexagonal and colorless? A). Calcium Oxalate Dihydrate B). Monohydrates C). Triple phosphate D). Cystine

D). Cystine

17

How do you report crystals? A). #/hpf B). #/lpf C). TNTC D). +1, +2, +3, +4

D). +1, +2, +3, +4

18

When do Casts form?

When protien accumulates in the kidney tubule

19

What are Direct fecal smears best for looking for? A). Lungworm B). Heartworm C). Motile protozoans D). Nothing

C). Motile protozoans Ex: Giardia

20

What is Sedimentation Floatation good for? A). Ova that are too heavy to float B). Roundworms C). Nothing D). Coccidia

A). Ova that are too heavy to float OR that rupture in high salt concentrations

21

What do you use when looking for Giardia Cysts? A.) Fecasol B). Alcohol C). Saline D). Zinc Sulfate

D). Zinc Sulfate

22

If you are looking for Giardia trophozoites in fecal, when do you need to look at it?

Right away, or less than 25 min old

23

What Microfilariae test does centrifuge at 8500rpm for 5 min, wait 5 min, examine the plasma portion under 10x? A). Direct smear B). Microcapillary Tube Test C). Modified Knott's Test D). None of the above

B). Micrcapillary Tube test

24

Which Microfilariae Test uses "fresh unclotted blood on slide with coverslip. Examine under 10x"? A). Direct smear B). Microcapillary Tube Test C). Modified Knott's Test D). None of the above

A). Direct smear

25

Which Microfilariae Test uses "RBCs lysed, mixture centrifuged and supernatant removed, NMB added and mixed with pellet, drop on slide and examine under 10x"? A). Direct smear B). Microcapillary Tube Test C). Modified Knott's Test D). None of the above

C). Modified Knott's test

26

What type of Microbiology media is used for rapidly growing organism (most gram neg. enteric and staph)? A). Blood agar B). MacConkey agar C). Mueller- Hinton agar D). None

C). Mueller- Hinton agar

27

Which Microbiology media is used for Routine culture and determine hemolysis patterns? A). Blood agar B). MacConkey agar C). Mueller- Hinton agar D). None

A). Blood agar

28

Which microbiology media is used for gram neg., lactose vs non-lactose fermenting? A). Blood agar B). MacConkey agar C). Mueller- Hinton agar D). None

B). MacConkey agar

29

When doing a Coagulase test, what do you use to mix? (liquid) A). Saline B). Rabbit plasma C). Sheep plasma D). Water

B). Rabbit plasma

30

What blood collection tube do you use when doing a clotting profile? A). EDTA (Purple top) B). Serum (Red top) C). Hemarinized whole blood (Green top) D). Whole blood w/ sodium citrate (Blue top)

D). Whole blood with sodium citrate (blue top)