Fecal phagocytic cells
Fecal phagocytic cells, a routine routine of stool, can understand digestion and absorption functions, and help diagnose digestive diseases. Normal feces do not have phagocytic cells. Found in bacterial dysentery and rectal inflammation.Basic Information
Specialist classification: Digestive examination classification: feces / parasitic examination
Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
None (high power field of view).
In 10 high power fields, there are more than 10 per view. Suggested intestinal inflammation or bacterial dysentery.
Normal value: None (high power field of view).Clinical significance
When there is inflammation in the rectum, phagocytic cells can be seen. In the case of bacterial dysentery, in addition to seeing most white blood cells and red blood cells, more phagocytic cells can be seen.
Need to check the crowd:
Unexplained abdominal pain, proctitis patients. Patients with bacterial dysentery.Positive results may be diseases: proctitis, bacterial dysentery matters needing attention
Requirements for inspection:
1. Prepare several smears for further inspection. Covers should be covered with a cover glass to avoid contamination mirrors.
2, microscopic examination Microscopic examination aims to find the pathological components of cells. The film must be observed in full film, from top to bottom, from left to right, avoiding repetition, and observing at least 10 fields per smear during microscopy. Cell examination should be observed with a high power microscope.
3, pay attention to identify the pathological components of human cells in the feces.
Preparation before inspection:
1, can not take drugs to improve or reduce the body's immune function.
2, because infants and young children are not easy to get a sufficient amount of samples at a time, if you need to collect in separate parts, please temporarily store the samples in the refrigerator to avoid bacterial growth.Inspection process
Microscopy is a commonly used test method for routine examination of feces. The specific operation is:
1. Prepare a stool suspension.
2. Add saturated brine.
4. Microscopic examination to find the number of phagocytic cells in the field of view.Not suitable for the crowd
This test is a non-invasive test, so it is not suitable for the population.Adverse reactions and risks
This test is a non-invasive test and the test itself does not present complications and hazards.