Neoforman Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
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|An India Ink preparation in used to identify:||View Page|
|Match the names of each of the yeast species with its most likely colony morphology as seen in the images on the right.||View Page|
|Match the name of each of the species of yeast listed with its corresponding microscopic appearance as illustrated in the images on the right.||View Page|
|Match the name of each species of yeast listed below with the location listed in the drop-down box where that species may be concentrated.||View Page|
|Arrange in sequence the steps that should be taken to make a definitive identification of Cryptococcus neoformans.||View Page|
|The colonies shown in this photograph were grown on Guizotia abyssinica (bird seed) agar at 30°C for 72 hours. The most likely identification is:||View Page|
|The forms seen in this photomicrograph, produced from a light inoculum of an unknown yeast colony incubated in rabbit plasma at 35°C for 2 hours, leads to the presumptive identification of:||View Page|
|Shown in this photomicrograph is a Gomori methenamine silver stain of a lung biopsy obtained from a patient with X-ray evidence of multi-focal pneumonitis. The yeast most likely to be recovered in culture of this tissue is:||View Page|
|The colony shown in the upper image was recovered from peritoneal fluid of a patient receiving continuous peritoneal dialysis. The lower image is a photomicrograph prepared from a small portion of the colony illustrating the microscopic morphology. Each of the following species of yeast can be eliminated except:||View Page|
|Illustrated in this photomicrograph of a lactophenol blue preparation of a urine sediment is a cluster of yeast cells that were presumptively identified as Cryptococcus species. Further characteristics that may assist in confirming this identification are:||View Page|
|This photomicrograph is a representative field of a Wright-Giemsa-stained bone marrow aspirate in which a pair of budding yeast cells is seen centrally (arrows). Based on the appearance of these yeast cells, what other test would you expect to be positive?||View Page|
|Each of the following is considered to be a virulence factor in Cryptococcus neoformans except:||View Page|