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Manual Cell Counts - Part 2
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1. If the WBC count is 9,640 and the differential indicates there are 14 nucleated RBCs per 100 WBCs, what is the corrected WBC count?
2. What is the normal range of the WBC count in adults?
- 4,500 -11,500 WBCs per cu mm.
- 6,000 -14,000 WBCs per cu mm.
- 9,000 -30,000 WBCs per cu mm.
- 4.2 -5.4 million WBCs per cu mm.
3. If 88 eosinophils are counted in a 36-sq mm area of a hemacytometer using a 1:10 dilution, what is the eosinophil count?
- 20 eosinophils per cu mm.
- 150 eosinophils per cu mm.
- 244 eosinophils per cu mm.
- 300 eosinophils per cu mm.
4. An unchanged eosinophil count 4 hours after the injection of ACTH is indicative of:
- Cushing’s disease.
- Normal adrenocortical function.
5. Which stain is used to evaluate eosinophil nasal smears?
6. The reticulocyte is an immature:
7. If 15 reticulocytes are counted in a total of 1,000 erythrocytes, what percentage of reticulocytes should be reported?
- 0.015 percent.
- 1.15 percent.
- 2.5 percent.
- 1.5 percent.
8. If 86 reticulocytes are counted in a total of 1,000 erythrocytes, what percentage of reticulocytes should be reported?
- 8.6 percent.
- 4.6 percent.
- 66 percent.
- 86 percent.
9. In tuberculous meningitis, the predominant WBC type usually found in the spinal fluid is the:
- Bone marrow activity.
- All of the above.
- Hemacytometer placement.
10. If 198 cells are counted in an undiluted spinal fluid, what is the cell count?
- 2.2 per cu mm.
- 22 per cu mm.
- 220 per cu mm.
- 2,200 per cu mm.
11. If 47 cells are counted in a spinal fluid diluted 1:10, what is the cell count?
- 4.7 per cu mm.
- 52.2 per cu mm.
- 470 per cu mm.
- 522 per cu mm.
12. White blood cell counts on spinal fluid that are above are usually considered indicative of some type of intracranial
- 10 per cu mm.
- 15 per cu mm.
- 20 per cu mm.
- 25 per cu Im1.
13. In most viral infections, the predominant cell usually found in the spinal fluid is the:
14. In subdural hemorrhages, the predominant cell type found in spinal fluid is usually the:
- Segmented lymphocyte.
15. The neutrophil cell is predominant in which disease or infection?
- Tuberculous meningitis.
- Bacterial infections.
- Hodgkin’s disease.
16. Except for the diluting fluid used, the spermatozoa count is almost identical in procedure to the:
- RBC count.
- WBC count.
- Reticulocyte count.
- Total eosinophil count.
17. What is the patient required to abstain from prior to having a Semen analysis collected?
- Water intake.
- Using a pre-warmed container.
- Using the Miller disk.
18. What three factors should be observed and recorded duringgross and of the semen specimen?
- Color, viscosity, and temperature.
- Color, amount of blood, and viscosity.
- Mucus dissolved, temperature, and color.
- Viscosity, color, and turbidity.
19. During a motility and of spermatozoa, which cells are considered to be motile?
- The entire mixture.
- The entire depth of the field.
- All active ones moving forward.
- Only those that are floating.
20. When should the motility procedure be repeated when examining spermatoza specimens?
- Every 15 minutes.
- In 3 hours and 6 hours.
- Within 30 minutes of collection.
21. Fibrinolysin causes what type of change to the semen?
- It solidifies.
- It is modified with Wright’s stain.
- It causes it to liquify.
22. Semen analysis can be performed for cases involving rape or in support or denial of paternity on the grounds of
- Medico-legal; sterility.
- Medico-vasa deferentia; sterility.
- Abnormal; epididymides.
23. From which of the following male body parts is semen derived?
- Testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, epididymides, vasa deferentia, reticulocytes, and urethral glands.
- Testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, erythrocytes, vasa deferentia, bulbourethral glands, and urethral glands.
- Testes, motility spermatozoa, seminal vesicles, prostate, epididymides, vasa deferentia, bulbourethral glands, and urethral glands
- Testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, epididymides, deferentia, bulbourethral glands, and urethral glands.
24. Which normal value of spermatoza is correct?
- Volume: 0.5-5.0 ml.
- pH: 7.4-7.6.
- Motility: 60-90 percent.
- Spermatozoa Count: 25-150 million per ml.
25. Which normal value of spermatoza is correct?
- Volume: 1.5-5.2 ml.
- pH: 7.2-7.6.
- Motility: 60-94 percent.
- Spermatozoa Count: 60-170 million per ml.