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Blood and urine test its result shows

dear doctor ,my age 28 weight 57 and if i am do blood and urine test its result is ; creatinine , urine 17.50 protein, urine 10.0mg% protein creatinine ratio 0.57 urine routine examination result redblood cells absent pus cells 25-30/ HPF epithelial cells ++ bacteria + interpretation; increased copmpliment activity may be seen in cancer, UIcerative colitis etc& decreased in bacterial infection, cirrhosis, malnutrition, kidney transplent rejection, systemic lupus erythematosus etc please tell me it is a cancer
Asked On : Sun, 15 May 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dear Swetha

Why were these tests done?
It could imply a urinary tract infection- if you are asymptomatic, there is no problem at all, needs no treatment
THERE IS NO CANCER!

All the best
Answered: Sun, 15 May 2011
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Test Description

Biochemistry:

Creatinine, urine- 17.50

protein, urine- 10.0mg%

protein/creatinine ratio- 0.57

Bun-Blood urea nitrogen-8

creatinine, serum-0.70

sodium, serum-142.00

pottassium serum -4.20

haematology-13.0

Urine Routine Examintion

general examination

volume-25

colour- pale yellow

transparency- clear

deposit-present

reaction(pH)-acidic

specific gravity-1.017

chemical examination

albumin(urine)-faint trace

sugar_absent

acetone_absent

occult blood-negative

bile pigments- absent

bile salt- absent

urobilinogen normal

microscopic examination

redblood cells- absent

pus cells- 25-30/HPF

epithelial cells -++

crystals- absent

cast-absent

amorphous deposits - absent

bacteria-+

trichomonas vaginalis- absent

yeast cells- absent this is my result i am afriad that i am a cancer patient please advise me
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i am worried in stomech pain . and urine quantity is small. but some time is normal .
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i am worried in stomech pain . and urine quantity is small. but some time is normal .
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what is uti please tell me. Excuse me one time be i am seek the same question

That is the last page of test description;

protiens

c3 - complement 3, serum by nephelometrt- 150.0

interpretation; increased copmpliment activity may be seen in cancer, UIcerative colities etc & decreased in bacterial infections, cirrhosis, malnutrition, kidney transplant rejection, systemic lupus erythematosus etc

C4- Complement 4, serum by nephelometry-23.2
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what is uti please tell me. Excuse me one time be i am seek the same question

That is the last page of test description;

protiens

c3 - complement 3, serum by nephelometrt- 150.0

interpretation; increased copmpliment activity may be seen in cancer, UIcerative colities etc & decreased in bacterial infections, cirrhosis, malnutrition, kidney transplant rejection, systemic lupus erythematosus etc

C4- Complement 4, serum by nephelometry-23.2
Answered: Sun, 15 May 2011
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