in the mornings. had a rotine stool test done today which showed occasional pus cells and epithelialcells. vegetable cells were present and yeast cells present.what does this indicate?there is no mucos or blood. ...
-acidic Transparency-turbid AM. Urates- moderate hyaline cast specific gravity- 1.025 Pus cells TNTC/hpf RBC 0-2/hpf EpithelialCells- moderate bacteria- triple phosphate Could you please help me interpret them? Does ...
Hi Doc, i have gone urinalysis and i got the following results: Macroscopic Analysis: Color- Yellow Transparency-turbid pH- 6.0 Specific Gravity- 1.0005 Sugar- Negative. Microscopic Analysis- Pus Cells- TNTC ...
Hello, I just want to know what is the reading of my lab result. I had gram staining a few days ago and I got the result now.. it says the the following: Pus Cell: MANY EpithelialCell: MODERATE Gram ...
Sir my daughter aged 13 had a U FR test. laboratory report says there are few organisms and few epithelialcells. Why is it? What is the sickness? She is having a abdominal pain and frequently has a lose ...
Hello Sir my wife has following noteworthy blood indices Total WBC 11000 Polymorphs 76 percent Lymphocytes 18 percent Eosinophils 03 Basophils 04 Platelet Count 292000 ESR- After Two Hrs- 27. Epithelial ...
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
pus cells 2
its totally normal,
2 pus cell and 4 epithelialcell is normally seen.
there is no infection.
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).
Epithelialcells in urine are seen sometimes and are a normal phenomenon & nothing to worry.
Hope this answers your query.