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Done clinical pathology. What does the results indicate?

my dad has under gone clinical pathology , the result of the test is followed urine albumin : trace sugar : brick red (4+) microscopy : 1-3 pus cells / hpf seen specific gravity : few epithelial cells bile salts : mucus thread (+) this was his results, can i know what do all these mean and what the result is all about pls.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.

the urine routine report reveals trace of albumin, which is not bad.

but 4+sugar means elevated sugar excretion , usually he will have high blood sugar too, indicating diabetes.

but needs confirmation on blood sugar fasting and PP (after food) , and corresponding urine sugar, ketones.

pl. see your doc to get evaluated for diabetes and kidney affection due to the same.

take care . and keep me updated on his progress..

Answered: Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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