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Urine report shows pus cells. What does it mean?

Hi My report is as follows what does it mean? CLINICAL PATHOLOGY URINE ROUTINE ALBUMIN S.TRACE NIL SUGAR NIL NIL URINE MICRO WBC 0- 2 BILE SALT NIL NIL BILE PIGMENT NIL NIL OCULT BLOOD NEGATIVE NEGATIVE STOOL RE OVA NIL NIL CYST NIL NIL AMOEBA NIL NIL REMARKS : OCC PUSCELLS PRESENT
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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Hi,
Welcome to HCM,
Inorder to interpret result of any investigation we need to corelate clinically and for this best person to do this is Physician who ,ordered it.
Your urine R&M is showing presence of trace of albumin and few pus cells which is to be corelted clinically and rule out possible UTI( Urinary tract Infection)
Your stool R&M report is essentially normal no pathological abnormality seen apart from occasional pus cell again which is to be co related clinically.
Kindly visit your treating Phusician he/she will guide you for proper treatment if required any.
Take care
Good Luck.

Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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