Physical, Chemical and Microscopic Examination of Urine

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Examination of Urine

Physical, Chemical and Microscopic Examination of Urine

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1. A term used to describe increased white blood cells in urine is ?

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2. Which of the following protein is associated with multiple myeloma ? 

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3. What is the principle used for protein analysis based upon?

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4. Which of the following is the major organic substance found in urine ?

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5. Presence of ketone in the urine is indicative of ? 

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6. Which type of bilirubin is water soluble and excreted in urine ?

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7. “Isosthenuria” is a term applied to a urine specimen that exhibits ?

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8. Which compound is responsible for the brown color of feces ?

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9. What is the confirmatory test for galactose ?

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10. What is the byproduct of heme metabolism?

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11. Where is bilirubin conjugated with glucuronic acid to form bilirubin diglucuronide ?

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12. A term used to describe urine with a  specific gravity of less than 1.010? 

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13. A positive nitrite is indicative of ?

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14. Which substance is responsible for the yellow color of urine?  

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15. Which of the following specific gravity value indicates loss of concentrating and diluting ability of the kidney ? 

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16. “Hematuria” is a term used to describe a urine specimen with ?

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17. Which of the following can cause a specific gravity of > 1.035

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18. Which of the following substance is used to assess glomerular filtration rate ? 

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19. The specific gravity of a normal urine is ? 

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20. Which urine specimen will have a high specific gravity ?

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21. Conjugated bilirubin is reduced to urobilinogen by a bacterial action in ?

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22.  Patients with diabetes insipidus tend to produce urine in?

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23. A term used to describe presence of glucose in urine is ? 

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24. Which of the following should be suspected when yellow foam forms after urine is shaken ? 

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25. Which of the following can be easily mistaken as red blood cells in the urine ?

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26. A normal urine clarity should be ?

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27. What is the byproduct of bilirubin reduction ?

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28. The confirmatory test for bilirubin is ?

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29. Which condition is associated with sweet or fruity urine odor ?

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30. The confirmatory test for ketone is ? 

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31. Which of the following will cause a false negative bilirubin result ?

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32. Which type of bilirubin is insoluble in water and cannot be excreted in urine?

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33. Which organ regulates acid-base balance of the body ? 

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34. “Hemoglobinuria” is a term used to describe a urine specimen with ? 

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35. What magnification should be used to report casts and crystals ?

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36. Pale-colored stools, increased conjugated bilirubin in plasma and normal urine urobilinogen is indicative of ?

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37. Nitrite in a urine specimen suggests the presence of ? 

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38. What magnification should be used to report RBCs and WBCs ?

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39. Presence of protein in urine is diagnostic of ? 

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