The quizzes about Physical Examination of Urine (26 questions)

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The quizzes about Physical Examination of Urine (26 questions)
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The concentration of a normal urine specimen can be estimated by which of the following?

The normal yellow color of urine is produced by:

A yellow-brown specimen that produces a yellow foam when shaken can be suspected of containing:

A urine that turns black after standing may contain:

Specimens that contain intact RBCs can be visually distinguished from those that contain hemoglobin because:

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After eating beets purchased at the local farmers’ market, Mrs. Williams notices that her urine is red, but Mr. William’s urine remains yellow. The Williamses should:

Specimens from patients receiving treatment for urinary tract infections frequently appear:

Freshly voided normal urine is usually clear; however, if it is alkaline, a white turbidity may be present due to:

Microscopic examination of a clear urine that produces a pink precipitate after refrigeration will show:

Under what conditions will a port-wine urine color be observed in a urine specimen?

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Which of the following specific gravities would be most likely to correlate with a dark yellow urine?

Urine specific gravity is equally influenced by the presence of glucose and sodium.

In what circumstance might a sediment be slightly warmed prior to microscopic examination?

A urine specific gravity measured by refractometer is 1.029, and the temperataure of the urine is 14C. The specific gravity should be reported as:

Refractive index compares:

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Refractometers are calibrated using:

A correlation exists between a specific gravity of 1.050 and a:

An alkaline urine turns black upon standing, develops a cloudy white precipitate, and has a specific gravity of 1.012. The major concern about this specimen would be:

The reading of distilled water by the refractometer is 1.003. You should:

A urine specimen with a specific gravity of 1.008 has been diluted 1:5. The actual specific gravity is:

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The method for determining a urine specific gravity that is based on the principle that the frequency of a sound wave entering a solution changes in proportion to the density of the solution is:

A specimen with a specific gravity of 1.005 would be considered:

Specific gravity is of more diagnostic value than osmolarity in evaluating renal concentration ability.

A strong odor of ammonia in a urine specimen could indicate:

The microscopic of a cloudy amber urine is reported as rare WBCs and epithelial cells. What does this suggest?

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A specimen with a strong ammonia odor and a heavy white precipitate when it arrives in the laboratory may require:

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