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Select the one best response to each question!
The primary purpose of serous fluid is:
The membrane that lines the wall of a cavity is the:
During normal production of serous fluid, the slight excess of fluid is:
Production of serous fluid is controlled by:
An increase in the amount of serous fluid is called a/an:
Pleural fluid is collected by:
Fluid-to–serum protein and lactic dehydrogenase ratios are performed on serous fluids:
Which of the following requires the most additional testing?
An additional test performed on pleural fluid to classify the fluid as a transudate or exudate is the:
A milky-appearing pleural fluid is indicative of:
Which of the following best represents a hemothorax?
All of the following are normal cells seen in pleural fluid except:
A differential observation of pleural fluid associated with tuberculosis is:
All of the following are characteristics of malignant cells except:
A pleural fluid pH of 6.0 is indicative of:
A mesothelioma cell seen in pleural fluid indicates:
Another name for a peritoneal effusion is:
The test performed on peritoneal lavage fluid is:
The recommended test for determining if peritoneal fluid is a transudate or an exudate is the:
Given the following results, classify this peritoneal fluid: serum albumin, 2.2 g/dL; serum protein, 6.0 g/dL; fluid albumin, 1.6 g/dL.