Atlas of Crystals found in acidic urine

Atlas of Crystals found in acidic urine, Sulfonamide crystals, Bilirubin crystals, granular cast, X-ray dye crystals, Cholesterol crystals, Tyrosine crystals, Leucine crystals, Cystine crystal, Hippuric acid crystals, Calcium oxalates, amorphous urate, amorphous urates, Uric acid, Sodium urate crystals, Uric acid crystal, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net

Figure 21. Amorphous urates
Figure 21. Amorphous urates (100x)


Figure 22. Amorphous urates. The urates in this field are clumped close together.
Note the characteristic color (100x)

Uric acid crystals, diamond or rhombic form.  These crystals are very thin and almost colorless (400x)
Figure 23. Uric acid crystals, diamond or rhombic form.
These crystals are very thin and almost colorless (400x)

Uric acid crystals in the urine of a patient with a kidney stone.
Figure 24. Uric acid crystals in the urine of a patient with a kidney stone.
Note the heavy clumps of crystals that were present, even in the fresh specimen (400x)

WBC cast and uric acid crystals. Same patient as in previous figure (400x)
Figure 25. WBC cast and uric acid crystals. Same patient as in previous figure (400x)

Uric acid crystals in rosette formation (400x).
Figure 26. Uric acid crystals in rosette formation (400x).

Uric acid crystals, atypical form (400 )
Figure 27. Uric acid crystals, atypical form (400 )

Uric acid crystals, layered formation (500x).
Figure 28. Uric acid crystals, layered formation (500x).

Uric acid crystals, thick rosette formation (200x)
Figure 29. Uric acid crystals, thick rosette formation (200x)

Uric acid, thick rosette formation under higher power.
Figure 30. Uric acid, thick rosette formation under higher power.
Note the many layered crystals (500x)
.


Uric acid and calcium oxalate crystals (500x)
Figure 31. Uric acid and calcium oxalate crystals (500x)

Uric acid crystals under polarized light
Figure 32. Uric acid crystals under polarized light. Note the small crystal (400x)


Figure 33. Uric acid under polarized light (400x).

Uric acid crystals (100x)
Figure 34. Uric acid crystals (100x)

Uric acid crystals under polarized light (100x)
Figure 35. Uric acid crystals under polarized light (100x)

Uric acid crystals in pseudocast formation (400x)
Figure 36. Uric acid crystals in pseudocast formation (400x)

Uric acid, barrel shape, and yeast in the background
Figure 37. Uric acid, barrel shape, and yeast in the background (200x)

Sodium urate crystals
Figure 38. Sodium urate crystals. Note the square ends on each needlelike crystal (400x)

Sodium urates and a WBC
Figure 39. Sodium urates and a WBC. Notice how narrow these crystals are (400x)
Sodium urate crystals
Figure 40. Sodium urate crystals

Uric acid, needle shape under polarized light with red compensator
Figure 41. Uric acid, needle shape under polarized light with red compensator (400x  )

Figure 42. Calcium oxalate crystals (200x)

Calcium oxalate crystals
Figure 43. Calcium oxalate crystals. Even under low power magnification,
 the characteristics of the crystals are easily recognized (160x)

Calcium oxalates, amorphous urates, and a piece of debris
Figure 44. Calcium oxalates, amorphous urates, and a piece of debris.
Some of the crystals cracked when the coverslip was touched (200x ).

Calcium oxalate crystals clustered around a piece of debris.
Figure 45. Calcium oxalate crystals clustered around a piece of debris.
The field also contains squamous epithelial cells as well at many calcium oxalates (100x)

Calcium oxalates and amorphous urates (100x)
Figure 46. Calcium oxalates and amorphous urates (100x)

Hippuric acid crystals (400x)
Figure 47. Hippuric acid crystals (400x)

Figure 48. Cystine crystals (160x)

Cystine crystal with unequal sides
Figure 49. Cystine crystal with unequal sides (1000x)



Cystine crystals
.    Figure 50. Cystine crystals. Note how these crystals can form clusters (160x)

Cystine crystal with layered or laminated surface
Figure 51. Cystine crystal with layered or laminated surface (1000x)

Figure 52. Cystine crystals and a squamous epithelial cell. Some crystals have laminated surfaces and others are quite thick. The arrow shows a thick crystal that is turned on its edge (400x)

Leucine crystals
Figure 53. Leucine crystals. Note what appears to be a thick double wall and a striated center

Leucine crystals under interference contrast microscopy.
Figure 54. Leucine crystals under interference contrast microscopy.

Tyrosine crystals
Figure 6-55. Tyrosine crystals. Note how black the crystals appear on low power (160x)

Tyrosine crystals
Figure 56. Tyrosine crystals. Note the fine, very pointy needles (1000x).

Tyrosine crystals
Figure 57. Tyrosine crystals (1000x).

Tyrosine crystals under polarized light
Figure 58. Tyrosine crystals under polarized light

Tyrosine crystals
Figure 59. Tyrosine crystals (1000x)

Cholesterol crystals from “kidney fluid” (200x)
Figure 60. Cholesterol crystals from “kidney fluid” (200x)

Same specimen as the previous figure under polarized light
Figure 61. Same specimen as the previous figure under polarized light.

X-ray dye crystals
Figure 62. X-ray dye crystals. Specific gravity of the specimen was 1.070 (160 ).

Figure 63. X-ray dye crystals (400x)

X-ray dye crystals under polarized light
Figure 64. X-ray dye crystals under polarized light (160x)

Figure 65. Bilirubin crystals and bilirubin-stained WBC and granular cast (500x).

Figure 66. Bilirubin crystals and bilirubin-stained sediment (500x)

Bilirubin crystals.
Figure 67. Bilirubin crystals.

Sulfonamide crystals
Figure 68. Sulfonamide crystals (400x )

Figure 69. Sulfonamide crystals under polarized light with red compensator.
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