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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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