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Calcium Oxalate

Can be seen in acidic and alkaline urine
Name this crystal.
Bacteria
What is this?
Granular Casts
What is this?
1. Hyaline casts

2. Dehydration, glomerulonephritis & pyelonephritis
1.What is this?

2.Disease Conditions
Mucus (Thread like structures)
What is this?
1. Red blood cell casts.
2. Acute glomerulonephritis, bacterial endocarditis, and renal infarction.
3. Positive (+) RBCs
4. Pink to red, hazy to turbid.
1. Name this.
2. Disease conditions.
3. Reagent strip results.
4. Physical exam.
1. RBCs
2. Glomerulonephritis, trauma to kidney.
3. +blood
4. a.Intact RBC=reddish,hazy
b.Lyzed RBC=reddish,clear
1. Name these.
2. Disease conditions
3. Reagent strip results
4. Physical exam.
1.Renal Tubular cells
2.Necrosis or liver damage.
a.Glomerularnephritis
b.pyelonephritis
c.graft rejection
d.viral infection
1.What are these?
2.Disease conditions