2:30pm, Malaysia Time

September 21 2022

Online Webinar





Significance of Isomorphic and Dysmorphic Haematuria

Dr Tan Li Ping

Consultant Nephrologist and Physician

Ara Damansara Medical Centre, Malaysia


Haematuria Index from Flow Cytometry for Prediction of Glomerular Diseases

Prof Mongkol Kunakorn

Director, Clinical Immunology Laboratory, Department of Pathology

Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand



Wendy Phua, PhD

Scientific Affairs Liaison

Sysmex Asia Pacific, Singapore

Lecture Abstract

Haematuria is the presence of blood or blood cells in the urine. The urinary red blood cell morphology has been reported to be useful in discriminating causes of haematuria. Acanthocytes, or ring-shaped dysmorphic red blood cells with blebs of membrane coming off­, have been described by the laboratory personnel as “Mickey Mouse RBCs”. The presence of these dysmorphic cells in urine may indicate glomerular injury.

In this webinar, the first lecture will highlight the significance of isomorphic and dysmorphic haematuria and the second lecture will discuss the new approach to predict glomerular disease using flow cytometry.


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