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Urine test done. What does report say? Meaning of OCC?

my urine test shows PUS CELL 1-2/HPF #2-3 /HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS 3-4/HPF /HPF ERTHROCYTES OCC #NIL OTHERS MUCUS THREAD NIL # AMORPHOUS DEPOSITE NIL BACTERIA NIL # PHYSICAL EXAMINATION COLOUR P. YELLOW #PALE YELLOW REACTION (PH) 6.0 4.8 -7.5 TRANSPARENCY S. TURBID # Description S.GRAVITY:- 1.025 SP. MICROBIOLOGY CULTURE AEROBIC URINE WITH SENTIVITY(Conventional Culture & Senstivity by what is occ here
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Hi there
Thanks for your query

OCC here most probably means other cell count.
The slight turbidity in the urine is due to the pus cells and epithelial cells present. I think the report is almost normal but I would recommend that you correlate it with your history. It is possible that you are recovering from a urine infection or there is a slight kidney problem going on. Again there is not much to be worried about.

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Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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