Ferruginous body

Ferruginous body is commonly suggestive of –

A. Berylliosis

B. Asbestosis

C. Siderosis

D. Byssinosis

Which is called as ‘grinder’s disease’ ?

A. Silicosis

B. Asbestosis

C. Siderosis

D. Byssinosis

“Asbestos bodies” are fibers of asbestos coated with

A. Antibodies

B. Phospholipid

C. Iron-rich material

D. Phosphate

Hemosiderin-laden macrophages are indicative –

A. Pulmonary infarction

B. Pulmonary embolism

C. Pulmonary hemorrhage

D. Pulmonary hypertension

Charcot-Leyden crystals indicate marked elevation of

A. Basophils

B. Eosinophils

C. Macrophages

D. Plasma cells

In shorts

Ferruginous bodies and corpora amylacea – often surrounded by macrophages

Charcot-Leyden crystals are associated with – eosinophils

Curschmann spirals result from – inspissated mucus

Ferruginous body

Ferruginous body

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