my urine test shows PUSCELL 1-2/HPF #2-3 /HPF EPITHELIALCELLS 3-4/HPF /HPF ERTHROCYTES OCC #NIL .... MICROBIOLOGY CULTURE AEROBIC URINE WITH SENTIVITY(Conventional Culture & Senstivity by what is occ here ...
Hello Docotor, My name is Amar.. Today i have given sample for urine test..In Microscopy report it is RBS : 2-3 /hdf. WBC : Plenty and Epithelialcells: OCC Please let me know what exact problem i am ...
also. i did her stool test and urine test. in her urine test we found - appearance : slightly turbid , occult blood : negative , puscells : 6-8/hpf , epithelialcells : 2-3/hpf ,crystals : occ . calcium ...
am a 36 years old male and took a urine test for urinary infection. The results are: Colour - Pale Yellow, sugar - nil. RBC cells - occ,. Puscells-2-3 /hpf. Epithelialcells - 3-4 /hpf. Crystal - Absent ...
its totally normal,
2 puscell and 4 epithelialcell is normally seen.
there is no infection.
What does epithelialcells in the range of 12- 15hpf indicate?
Epithelialcells line the urinary system. Their passage in the urine is not of much significance, as it reflects rapid turnover of cells, with new cells formation and old cells being shed in urine. Rapid turnover occurs to replace damaged cells (due to infection) with normal lining.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
I got a blowjob now I have burning sensation on penis. urinalysis show puscells 1-5 and epithelial few. ph 5 please give medicine
Puscells in the urine is due to urinary tract infection.
Consult your doctor and request him for urine culture and sensitivity test.
Based on which he may prescribe you a course of antibiotic.
Take the full course of antibiotic for complete cure of the UTI.
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