End of module: blood and lymph
1)Histopathology of pharyngreal tonsil
c)lining by pseudostratified epithelium
2) diagnosis of hodkin lymphoma
a) sternberg-reed cells
3) cell in b thallasemia
b) hypocromic microcytic
6) a boy have cervical lymphadenopathy,fever and lethargy. A biopsy of lymph node have been done.what are the best characteristic of hodkins lymphoma.
b)enlargement of lymph node
c)reed stenberg cell
9)there are several causes that causes thr clinical manifestations of lymphatic filariasis. Choose the best answer.
a) adult worm die in pulmonary circulation
b)hyperimmune response to the lava in the blood
c)due to continuos exposure, the body ppprovoke immune responsed
d)obstruction lymphatic circulation due to hypersensitivity
Theme 1: clinical featurea of patient infected with malaria
1)black water fever
1) Patient urine dark in colour
2) Patient look pallor and haematocrit level was low
3) Organ that tender and in acute infection but enlarged due to hyperplasia and hypertropy
Theme 2: disease
1) Hodgkin lymphoma
2) Non hodgkin lymphoma
3) Multiple myeloma
4) Burkitt lymphoma
1) Abnormal plasma cell, in full blood count, leukoerythroblastic
2) t(11,14) abnormal lymphocytosis
3) nap score was reduced
1)disscuss causes of megaloblastic anemia (5 m)
2)explain effect and complication of megaloblstic anemia (5 m)
MODULE 1 : BLOOD AND LYMPH
1. 22-year old man presented with infectious mononucleosis. What is the possible finding seen in the patient’s blood microscopically?
2. What is the most important laboratory investigation immunocompromised patient presented with fever?
a) Blood for culture
b) CD4:CD8 ratio
c) Complement level
d) Liver function test
e) Renal profile
A. Acute renal failure
B. Algid malaria
C. Black water fever
D. Cerebral malaria
G. Pulmonary oedema
H. Severe anaemia
1. It sometimes occurs in pregnant mother due to consumption of a certain substance by the parasites. Administration of quinine might aggrevate the condition.
2. This condition is associated with heavy parasitemia. It may also occur in moderately low parasitemia if there is an autoimmune disorder resulting in dyserythropoiesis of the bone marrow.
3. Acute massive intravascular haemolysis triggered by quinine may develop in certain individuals producing haemoglobin in the urine.