Thursday, 3 September 2015

Eggs in Medicine

ALL EGGS YOU HAVE TO KNOW IN MEDICINE:: - ALL EGGS YOU HAVE TO KNOW IN MEDICINE::
• Oligodendroglial components are characterized
histologically by a moderately cellular collection of cells
with round nuclei and perinuclear halos ("fried egg"
appearance)
• The mycoplasmas are typically slow growers with a
generation time of 1-6 hours. They produce small
colonies typically described as a fried-egg appearance.
• Diphtheria 'Intermedius colonies' are small, 2 mm in size,
lustreless with domed centre and irregular margin with
'frog egg' appearance.
• Crumbled egg---> Hydatid Liver Cyst
• Scrambled egg---> Pancreatic cancer; Best Disease
• Egg in cup appearance Constrictive pericarditis
• Egg on side appearance TGV ( transportation of great
vessels )
• Egg on a string : Appearance of the heart that may be
seen with transposition of great arteries.
• Odour in poisoning: H2S--> Rotten egg
• Egg cell calcification of the hilar node: Silicosis >
sarcoidosis
• Schistosome Eggs::
Egg with
Terminal spine--> S.Hemotabium (TSH)
Lateral Spine---> S.Mansoni (LSM)
Lateral Knob--> S.Japonicum (LKJ)

• Non-bile stained egg:
"NEHA"
Necator americanus
Enterobius vermicularis
H.nana
Ancylostoma duodenale

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