My urine routine is as follows pus cells occ epithelial
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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...
What is OCC value related to pregnancy?
HI, GOOD AFTERNOON.. I M SEVENTH MONTH PREGNANT , TODAY I RECEIVED MY BLOOD TEST REPORT, ITS CBC TEST SHOWING - HB 11.4,,,, TC - 11,100,,, N-67,,, L-23,,,,E-05,,, M-05,,,,, AND IN URINE TEST SUGAR TRACED.,... I JUST WANTED TO KNOW, IS THERE ANY PROBLEM??? SHOULD I NEED TO TAKE ANY PRECAUTION.,...
Child's routine test shows pus cells, RBC, epithelial cells. Guidance?
My daughter age 5.6 yrs weight 26.3 kgs has problem in Urine since last 2 weeks. doctor has asked for Urine routine test. test says the following:- specific gravity- Q.N.S Reaction- Acidic Albumin -+++ sugar- NIL RBCs - 1-2 /HPF Pus cells - 2.3/HPF Epithelial cells - 4-5/HPF Name - Riya Babbar...
Epithelial cell and pus cell in urinalysis report
Dear sir, Routine urinalysis of my wife shows following results APPEARANCE SLIGHT HAZY COLOUR STRAW DEPOSIT TRACE SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1010 REACTION ACID PH 6.00 PUS CELLS 4-6/ HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS 6-8/HPF Please advise me what it means
Why don' t i have protein in my urine it comes back negative. Also why is my epithelial U 5 - 10.
Hi.Thanks for writing on HCM.
Having protein in urine is abnormal and indicative of renal damage(due to hypertension or diabetes etc).
Epithelial cells in urine are seen sometimes and are a normal phenomenon & nothing to worry.
Hope this answers your query.
What does epithelial cells in the range of 12- 15hpf indicate?
Epithelial cells 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
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