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Charts part 2. 05-11-2013.

  1. 1. » 2 yrs. Old child presented with splenomegaly and mild yellowish discoloration of sclera since 5 days. »The following investigations were done.
  2. 2. » URINE: » Bilirubin : Present » Urobilinogen : Present STOOL: » Stercobilinogen : Present
  3. 3. LIVER FUNCTION TESTS Total bilirubin : 4 mg/dl Direct : 0.2 mg/dl Indirect : 3.8 mg/dl AST : 28 IU/L ALT : 34 IU/L ALKP : 90 IU/L Total protein : 7.0 g/dl Albumin : 4.5 g/dl A:G : 2:1
  4. 4. » Answer the following questions: 1. What is the type of jaundice? 2. What other investigations you would like to do in this case?
  5. 5. A 30 yr. Old male presented with a history of fever, malaise, anorexia and yellowish discoloration of sclera since 5 days. The following investigations were done. URINE: » Bilirubin : Present » Urobilinogen : Present » Bile salts : Present STOOL: » Stercobilinogen : Present
  6. 6. LIVER FUNCTION TESTS » Total bilirubin : 8 mg/dl » Direct : 6 mg/dl » Indirect : 2 mg/dl » AST : 800 IU/L » ALT : 900 IU/L » ALKP : 130 IU/L » Total protein : 7.0 g/dl » Albumin : 4.5 g/dl » A:G : 2:1
  7. 7. Answer the following questions: 1. What is the type of jaundice? 2. What other investigations you would like to do?
  8. 8. » A 60 yr. old male presented with a history of fever, severe abdominal pain, and intense itching since 10 days. » The following investigations were done. » URINE: » Bilirubin : Present » Urobilinogen : Absent » Bile salts : Present » STOOL: » Stercobilinogen: Absent
  9. 9. LIVER FUNCTION TESTS » Total bilirubin : 20mg/dl » Direct : 18 mg/dl » Indirect : 2mg/dl » AST : 40 IU/L » ALT : 46 IU/L » ALKP : 400 IU/L » Total protein : 7.0 g/dl » Albumin : 4.5 g/dl » A:G : 2:1 Answer the following questions: 1. What is the type of jaundice? 2. What are the possible causes?
  10. 10. » A 42 year old male with diffuse swelling of the left lower limb since 10 years. » Peripheral smear:
  11. 11. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » Mention other Haemoparasites.
  12. 12. » A 30 years old male, ileac resection done 2 years back, presented with anemia
  13. 13. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » What will be the blood picture in this case? » List the other investigations to be done in this case?
  14. 14. » A male aged 50 yrs. presented with progressive anemia and pathological fracture of vertebra. » Investigations: » HB : 8.2gm% » Total leukocytes count: 10,000cells/ cumm » ESR : 110 mm/ hr
  15. 15. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » What are the urinary and radiological findings you would expect? » How do you confirm the diagnosis?
  16. 16. » A 20 yr. old male presented with a history of bleeding gums. » Investigations: » HB : 8gm% » Total leukocytes count : 92,000cells/cumm » Platelet count : 40,000/ cumm » Peripheral smear:
  17. 17. » Answer the following question: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis?
  18. 18. » A 3 yr. old child presented with generalized lymphadenopathy and bleeding symptoms. » Investigations: » HB : 6 gm% » Total leukocytes count : 1.2 lakhs/cumm » Platelet count : 40,000 cells/ cumm » Peripheral smear:
  19. 19. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis?
  20. 20. » A female patient aged 60 yrs. presented with generalized lymphadenopathy. » Investigations: » HB : 9gm% » Total leukocytes count : 80,000cells/cumm » Platelet count : 1.2 lakhs/ cumm » Peripheral smear:
  21. 21. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » What are the causes of Lymphocytosis
  22. 22. » A 40 year female presents with anorexia, weakness & weight loss, O/E-huge hepatosplenomegaly noticed » Investigations: » HB : 9 gm% » Total leukocytes count : 2,00,000 cells /cumm » Platelet count : 2.2 lakhs / cumm » Peripheral smear:
  23. 23. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » Which chromosomal defect is identified? » What are the other investigations you would like to do?
  24. 24. » A 30 year old female patient presented with a mobile lump in the right breast of 6 months duration. Fine needle aspiration from the breast lump was performed. » Cytological smear:
  25. 25. » Answer the following question: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis?
  26. 26. » A 48 year old female presented with an ulcerated, large, immobile lump measuring 6x5 cm in the right upper lateral quadrant of the breast. » FNAC done from the lump.
  27. 27. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis?
  28. 28. » A female aged 40 years presented with a history of post-coital bleeding. » Pap smear
  29. 29. » Answer the following questions: » Identify abnormalities? » What is your diagnosis? » What are the other uses of pap stain?

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