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Urine analysis done, shows albumin traces, pus cells, epithelial cells. Analysis of test?

hi Doc, i m 29 year old female recently i went trough a urine routin test... chemical examinationion PH 5.50 albumin Traces Sugar is Nil Microscopic Examination pus cells 40-50 / HPF Epithelial Cells 10-12/HPF RBC S 4-6/HPF CASTS NIL CRYSTAL NIL OTHERS BACTERIA+ kindly suggest what does the examination say... need help
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HIM!I am Dr. Days.
First of all, the .Ph of the urine is acidic, which is abnormal, normal urine is alkaline. Now albumin and sugar are within normal limit. But the no of pus cell is increased. Normal urine contain only 0-2plus cells per high power field. It indicates pyelonephritis, lower urinary tract infection, tubulointerstitial hepatitis, fever. Red blood cells are also increased in number. Others are normal.
Overall, the urine report indicates to a urinary tract infection.
Answered: Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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