Atlas of Miscellaneous images in urine

Atlas of Miscellaneous images in urine, Granular cylindroid, Hyaline cylindroid, SM-stained yeast with pseudohyphae and WBCs, Pinworm ovum and WBCs, Tail of the adult female pinworm, Trichomonas vaginalis with mixed cellular, SM-stained sperm, Mucus,Oval fat body, granular cast, and amorphous urates,

Granular cylindroid
Figure 145. Granular cylindroid (500x)



Hyaline cylindroid
Figure 146. Hyaline cylindroid. Note the tapering tail (160x).

Fine granular cast and yeast
Figure 147. Fine granular cast and yeast (400x).

Bacteria
Figure 148. Bacteria. This field contains rods, cocci, and chains (500x)

Yeast, WBCs, rare RBC, and bacteria
Figure 149. Yeast, WBCs, rare RBC, and bacteria (500x).

Yeast
Figure 150. Yeast (1000x)

SM-stained yeast with pseudohyphae and WBCs
Figure 151. SM-stained yeast with pseudohyphae and WBCs (200x).

Yeast under phase contrast microscopy
Figure 152. Yeast under phase contrast microscopy (400x)

Pinworm ovum and WBCs
Figure 153. Pinworm ovum and WBCs (100x).

Figure 154. Enterobius vermicularis or pinworm ovum (400x)

Tail of the adult female pinworm
Figure 155. Tail of the adult female pinworm. The tail of the female is straight and
very pointed, whereas the tail of the male is curved (40x)

Pinworm ovum and WBCs
Figure 156. Pinworm ovum and WBCs (500x)

Schistosoma haematobium ovum
Figure 157. Schistosoma haematobium ovum under interference contrast microscopy.

Figure 158. Trichomonas vaginalis with mixed cellular background viewed
under phase contrast microscopy

Figure 159. Sperm and epithelial cells (500x).

Figure 160. SM-stained sperm

Figure 161. Mucus.

Mucus containing WBCs and RBCs
Figure 162. Mucus containing WBCs and RBCs (200x)

Fat droplets and epithelial cells
Figure 163. Fat droplets and epithelial cells (160x).

Oval fat body, granular cast, and amorphous urates
Figure 164. Oval fat body, granular cast, and amorphous urates. The oval fat body contains only a few fat droplets, thus, having a smaller size than other fat bodies (500x)

Oval fat body
Figure 165. Oval fat body (400x).

Oval fat body
Figure 166. Oval fat body. The cell is bulging with fat droplets,
so the cell membrane is not visible (500x)
.

Oval fat bodies and WBCs
Figure 167. Oval fat bodies and WBCs (500x).

 Oval fat body
Figure 168. Oval fat body. This field also contains a cell with a
few small fat droplets in it (arrow) (400x)

Oval fat body
Figure 169. Oval fat body. Note the various sized droplets (400x).

Oval fat body
Figure 170. Oval fat body (400x).

Sudan III–stained fat droplets.
Figure 171. Sudan III–stained fat droplets.

Starch granules
Figure 172. Starch granules (200x)

Starch crystals
Figure 173. Starch crystals. The indentation in the center of each crystal
is very distinguishable (500 )

Starch granules
Figure 174. Starch granules.

Starch crystals under polarized light demonstrating   the typical “Maltese-cross” formation
Figure 175. Starch crystals under polarized light demonstrating
 the typical “Maltese-cross” formation (400x)

Talcum powder particles and a few squamous epithelial cells
Figure 176. Talcum powder particles and a few squamous epithelial cells (160x)

Debris from a diaper
Figure 177. Debris from a diaper. The piece of debris in the center of the field is a common contaminant (400 ).

Fine granular cast and WBCs
Figure 178. A. Fine granular cast and WBCs. Note the detail of the cast. B. Fiber. Note the dark edges and the difference in texture between this piece of debris and the cast in (A) (200x)

Figure 178. Continued

Figure 179. Fiber. Note the dark edges (400x).

Fiber
Figure 180. Fiber. This fiber could be confused with a waxy cast, but the structure is determined to be flat because of the part of the fiber that is turned on its side (400x)

Fiber
Figure 181. Fiber. Note the thick rolled edges of this fiber (400x)

Figure 182. Debris from a diaper. This squeezed-out specimen was worthless for microscopic analysis. Note the various types of fibers present (200x)

Fibers
Figure 183. Fibers. The striations (seen only under low-power magnification) and dark edges are characteristics of these fibers (400x)

Figure 184. Fibers. These are the same fibers as in the previous figure. Note the indentations in the surface of the center fiber (400x)

Figure 185. Fiber. Note the nodular indentations and nodular end of this very common contaminant (400x)

Figure 186. Fibers. The center fiber shows a thick nodular border (500x)

Figure 187. Fiber, calcium oxalate crystals, and amorphous urates.
Note the nodular ends on the fiber (400x)

Figure 188. Fiber. This is the same field as in the previous figure but on a different focal plane. Changing the focus brings out the nodular indentations on the side of the fiber (400x).

Figure 189. Air bubbles, phosphate plate, and amorphous phosphates. Air bubbles can assume a variety of shapes, especially if the coverslip is moved or depressed (200x).

Coverslip defects
Figure 190. Coverslip defects.
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