Displaying articles by tag: Pathology

Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Saturday, 24 November 2018 19:47

Detection of Fake or Adulterate Urine Sample

Detection of a fake or adulterated urine sample is necessary before going to the further process of urine testing in the laboratory. Urine adulteration causes false-positive and false-negative results. However, most attempts of a fake or adulteration in a urine sample can be detected either by a trained collection site…

  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • How to
  • How to Avoid Adulteration in Employee Drug Testing
  • Detection of Fake Urine
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Thursday, 01 November 2018 05:32

Examination of Peritoneal Fluid

The peritoneal cavity is a potential space in the abdomen lined by mesothelial cells and normally containing about 30-50 ml of serous fluid. The fluid is an ultrafiltrate of plasma and its formation is dependent upon hydrostatic pressure, plasma oncotic pressure, and capillary permeability.

  • Exudate
  • Dialisis Peritoneal
  • Transudate and Exudate
  • How Does Dialysis Work
  • Ascites Cirrhosis
  • What is Peritoneal Dialysis
  • Microscopic Examination of Peritoneal Fluid
  • Chemical Examination of Peritoneal Fluid
  • Physical Examination of Peritoneal Fluid
  • Explain the Collection and Examination of Peritoneal Fluid
  • Peritoneal Fluid Analysis
  • Peritoneal Fluid Cytology
  • Peritoneal Fluid Removal
  • Peritoneal Fluid Cell Count
  • Peritoneal Fluid Infection
  • Peritoneal Fluid Cancer
  • Peritoneal Fluid Definition
  • Peritoneal Fluid Amylase
  • Peritoneal Fluid Albumin
  • Peritoneal Fluid Differential Count
  • Peritoneal Fluid After Hysterectomy
  • Peritoneal Fluid Gram Stain
  • Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Clinical Pathology
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Friday, 10 August 2018 19:15 Featured

Examination of Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)

It is a clear, colorless fluid formed in the ventricles of the brain mainly by choroid plexus (an interlaced structure or meshwork of tiny small blood vessels in the lateral third and fourth ventricles). It is mainly an ultrafiltrate of plasma.

  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Examination of CSF
  • Examination of Cerebrospinal Fluid
  • Lab Test
  • Lab Test Procedure
  • Chemical Pathology
  • microscopic examination of cerebrospinal fluid reveals amoebae
  • physical examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • microscopic examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • laboratory examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • biochemical examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • cytological examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • microbiological examination of cerebrospinal fluid
  • chemical examination of cerebrospinal fluid
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Sunday, 05 August 2018 08:51

Stool Examination for Ova and Parasites

Waste products excreted from the digestive tract are composed of water (up to 75%), indigestible residue, undigested food, food which is digested but not absorbed, bile, epithelial cells, secretions from the digestive tract, inorganic material, and bacteria. The normal amount of feces in an adult is 100-200 grams per day.…

  • Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Article
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Parasitology
  • Lab Test
  • Lab Test Procedure
  • Examination of Stool
  • Stool Examination
  • Examination of Ova in Stool
  • Examination of Parasites in Stool
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Wednesday, 01 August 2018 08:05

Bilirubin: Total, Direct and Indirect Bilirubin (Different Types of Jaundice)

Why is this test performed? This test is performed for the diagnosis and differentiation of jaundice. This test is also done in a patient with hemolytic anemia in adult and newborn. This test is very useful to evaluate liver functions and for the follow-up of a patient with treatment. Collection…

  • Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Lab Test
  • Lab Test Procedure
  • Liver Function Test
  • Different Types of Jaundice
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Direct Bilirubin
  • Indirect Bilirubin
  • Article
  • How to
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Tuesday, 31 July 2018 07:00

Serum Albumin Test: Purpose, Procedure, and Normal Values

Why is this test performed? This test is evaluated in different conditions and diseases such as nephrotic syndrome, liver diseases, kidney diseases, in a patient suspected of malnutrition, and patients severe burn. See also: Procedures for the collection of blood for hemotological investigations. Collection of sample For the estimation of…

  • Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Article
  • How to
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Lab Test
  • Lab Test Procedure
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Monday, 30 July 2018 11:10

Adrenal Gland Hormones and Interpretation

Why is this test performed? This hormone test is evaluated in different conditions, such as Hyperaldosteronism, Cushing's syndrome and Virilizing syndrome. Lab tests for various adrenal abnormalities Primary Adrenal Insufficiency (Addison's disease): This is due to the diseases of the gland. Level of sodium in serum is low. Cortisol level…

  • Article
  • Adrenal Gland Hormones
  • Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Clinical Pathology
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Monday, 21 May 2018 11:12

EXAMINATION OF SPUTUM

Sputum examination refers to the laboratory examination or test of the material or substance coughed out from the lungs, bronchi, trachea, and larynx. Normally, sputum is mainly composed of mucus and also certain cellular and non-cellular components of host origin. During expectoration, sputum gets contaminated with normal bacterial flora and…

  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Laboratory
  • Lab Test
  • Sputum Test Procedure
  • Examination of Sputum
  • Microscopic Examination of Sputum
  • Bacteria in Sputum
  • Sputum Culture Procedure
  • Tuberculosis
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Friday, 18 May 2018 12:33

EXAMINATION OF STOOL

Waste products discharged from the digestive tract are composed of up to 75% water, food which is digested but not absorbed, indigestible residue, undigested food, epithelial cells, bile, bacteria, secretion from the digestive tract and inorganic bacteria. Normally an adult human excretes 100-200 grams of feces in a day. Examination…

  • Article
  • Stool Examination
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Technique
  • Lab Test
  • Examination of Feces
  • Rotavirus
  • Diarrhea
  • Dysentery
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Wednesday, 02 May 2018 12:59

Diagnosis of Acute Myelocytic Leukemia (AML) and Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL)

Leukemia is a malignant clonal hematopoietic stem cell disorders characterized by the rapid increase in the number of blast cells in the bone marrow and rapidly progressive fatal course if untreated. Acute leukemia (AL) are primary disorders of the bone marrow, also known as blood cancer.

  • Article
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology
  • AML
  • ALL
  • Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia
  • Diagnosis of Acute Myelocytic Leukemia
  • Diagnosis of Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
  • Lab Test
  • Blood Smear
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Mukesh Dg. in Microbiology
Tuesday, 09 January 2018 08:31 Featured

CHOLERA: CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

CHOLERA is a specific infectious disease that affects the lower portion of the intestine and is characterized by violent purging, vomiting, muscular cramp, suppression of urine and rapid collapse. It can a terrifying disease with massive diarrhea. The patient’s fluid losses are enormous every day with severe rapid dehydration, death…

  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Diagnostic
  • Microbiology
  • Microbiology Notes
  • How is Cholera spread
  • Cholera causes
  • cholera treatment
  • how to treat cholera at home
  • cholera treatment and prevention
  • cholera treatment antibiotics
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Thursday, 28 September 2017 09:23

TOTAL THYROXINE (T4)

Total serum thyroxine includes both free and protein-bound thyroxine and is usually measured by competitive immunoassay. Normal level in adults is 5.0-12.0 μg/dl.   Test for total thyroxine or free thyroxine is usually combined with TSH measurement and together they give the best assessment of thyroid function.   Causes of…

  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Notes
  • Article
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Technique
  • Laboratory Test Procedure
  • Chemical Pathology
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Total Thyroxine T4 Normal Range
  • Total Thyroxine Test
  • Total Thyroxine Vs Free Thyroxine
  • Total Thyroxine Levels
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 20:34

Disorders of Thyroid Gland: Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism

Among the endocrine disorders, disorders of the thyroid are common and are only next in frequency to diabetes mellitus. They are more common in women than in men. Functional thyroid disorders can be divided into two types depending on the activity of the thyroid gland: hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormones), and…

  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Notes
  • Article
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Thyroid Disorders
  • Thyroid Test
  • Thyroid Symptoms
  • Thyroid Hormone
  • Thyroid Acropachy
  • Thyroid Cancer
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Friday, 22 September 2017 08:37

FEMALE INFERTILITY: CAUSES AND INVESTIGATIONS

The ovaries are the sites of production of female gametes or ova by the process of oogenesis. The ova are released by the process of ovulation in a cyclical manner at regular intervals. Ovary contains numerous follicles that contain ova in various stages of development. During each menstrual cycle, up…

  • Infertility
  • Infertility in Female
  • Female Infertility
  • Causes of Infertility in Female
  • Investigation for Infertility in Female
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Notes
  • Article
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Technique
  • Laboratory Test Procedure
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Dayyal Dg. in Clinical Pathology
Thursday, 21 September 2017 19:03

MALE INFERTILITY: CAUSES AND INVESTIGATIONS

The male reproductive system consists of testes (paired organs located in the scrotal sac that produce spermatozoa and secrete testosterone), a paired system of ducts comprising of epididymis, vasa deferentia, and ejaculatory ducts (collect, store, and conduct spermatozoa), paired seminal vesicles and a single prostate gland (produce nutritive and lubricating…

  • Infertility
  • Infertility in Male
  • Male Infertility
  • Causes of Infertility in Male
  • Investigation for Infertility in Male
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Pathology Notes
  • Notes
  • Article
  • Diseases and Disorders
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Technique
  • Laboratory Test Procedure
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