C. Molluscum contagiosum
D. BK polyoma
1. Owl’s eye
2. Henderson–Patterson bodies
3. Decoy cell
Ans: C. a-4,b-1,c-2,d-3
* Koilocytes, also known as halo cells, are a type of epithelial cell that develops following a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Koilocytes are structurally different from other epithelial cells. For instance, their nuclei, which contain the cell’s DNA, are an irregular size, shape, or color.
* Owl’s eye appearance of inclusion bodies, which is highly specific for cytomegalovirus infection. Owl’s eye appearance of entire nucleus – a finding in Reed–Sternberg cells in individuals with Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
* Molluscum bodies, also called Henderson–Patterson bodies, are large, round cytoplasmic inclusions (within the enlarged cells of epidermis), which push the nucleus to the periphery.
* In BK Virus Infection condition the urinary sediment contains variable numbers of decoy cells sufficient to diagnose reactivation of the viral infection