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Child's urine test shows albumin, RBC, plenty of epithelial cells, bacteria, amorphous urates. Conclusion?

Hi.. my daughter is 5 years old and her urine test shows the following : Physical examination Color:dark yellow transparency:cloudy specific gravity :1.015 Chemical examination: reaction;acidic sugar:negative albumin: ++ Microscopic Examination pus cells:TNTC RBC 1-3/hpf epithelial cells:plenty Bacteria:plenty calcium oxalate:occasional amorphous urates : Plenty What doe this mean?Can you help please.Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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the urine report is suggestive of urinary tract infection (UTI).
TNTC = (too numerous to count)
Get your child examined by a doctor and start medicines (antibiotics) as he/she advise.
You may have to test for Urine culture and sensitivity before starting antibiotics ( as your doctor suggest).
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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