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Pus cells in fecalysis

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Need advice on result of fecalysis

Hi. My son got his result for fecalysis. What does the following means? Character : Watery Color : Brown Pus Cells : 1-3/HPF RBC : 0-1/HPF Macrophages : NONE Fat Globules : OCCASIONAL Ova or Parasites ...
 

How to interpret fecalysis report?

hi , my daughter s fecalysis result shows macroscopic color : yellow character: watery microscopic pus cells; 2-4/HPF RBC:0-1/HPF FAT GLOBULES : MODERATE BACTERIA:FEW what does this mean ?? any ...
 

What are the findings from this fecalysis of an infant?

hi! pls help me with my 2month old son s fecalysis result. color: grayish consistency: soft muscle fibers: few vegetables cells: few rb: 0-1/hfp pus cells: 0-1/hpf bacteria: many may i ask on how could i ...
 

What does the fecalysis result indicate?

i have the fecalysis result of son wo is 5yrs old, i dont know how to read it, here are the result. the macroscopic results are: color- brown, transparency-watery. the microscopic results are: pus cells-20-30/hpf ...
 

What is the meaning of no cyst parasite but bacteria present in fecalysis?

hi, my son has undergone a fecalysis with pus cells of 0-1/hpf with remarks of No OVA/Cyst parasite found but with many bacteria. Physical properties as to color is yellowish brown and Consistency ...
 

What does the fecalysis regarding the abdominal pain indicate?

I head severe abdominal pain and diarrhea. The results of my fecalysis are: Parasite- E.histolytica cyst; Pus cells- 25-30/hpf; RBC- 10-15/hpf; Occult Blood- 1+; Mucus-3+. Please interpret this results ...
 

What does the fecalysis report of my child suggest?

now.he has undergone fecalysis but I can t understand what it means.here is the result: color: YELLOW consistency: WATERY Pus Cells: TNTC/HPF rbc: 3-6HPF..please answer me now if I have to bring my child ...
 

Need evaluation of my fecalysis

Hii got my fecalysis result just now, i had this done because i have been having loose bowel ...-1 / hpf White blood cells: 1-3 / hpf Negative for Mucus, blood(gross), and Blood(occult.) Thanks ...
 

Fecalysis and urinalysis showed pus cells, bacteria. Had fever and watery stools. Treatment?

TO FEVER AND WATERY STOOL . THE PUS CELL RESULTS IN FECALYSUS IS 2-3/HPF AND BAVCTERIA:MANY.NO PARASITES OVA SEEN. FOR URINALYSIS RBC IS 0-3/HPF AND PUS CELLS IS 2-4HPF HOW DO YOU INTERPRET THE RESULTS ...
 

Pregnant, Fecalysis results indicate presence of bacteria and yeast cells. Is this bad?

hi, my fecalysis results indicate that I have many bacteria and few yeast cells. What does .... MACROSCOPIC Character WATER Color YELLOW MICROSCOPIC Pus Cells 12-15/HPF Red Cells 0‑2/HPF Macrophages NONE ...
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Can I give metronidazole for my child suffering from mushy stools ?

fecalysis exam ( 7 days ago) was watery and showed WBC: 4-5/hpf, RBC: 1-3 with no ova or parasite seen and She was given cotrimoxazole then. Four days ago her fecalysis results was mushy with WBC: 0-2 and RBC ...
 

Have pus cells and epithelial cells in stool. Is it normal?

pus cells in stool is 01-02/hpf what does it mean it is normal epithelial cells in stoll 02-04/hp f what does it means it is normal my child age is 5years ...
 

Is it normal to find pus cell in urine?

THE PUS CELLS IN URINE ROUTINE IS NORMAL AND THE NECESSARY MEDICINES I HAVE TO TAKE FOR THE SEMEN INFECTION. MY PUS CELLS IN URINE ROUTINE IS 4-5 HPF. ...
 

Semen analysis, sperm count, motility, pus cells, epithelial cells

Dear Doc, please find below my test report.Please give your comments on presence of Pus cell 5 ... Longevity 2 Hours Pus Cells 5-7/hpf Nil Red Blood Cells Nil Nil Epithelial Cells Few Nil Morphology: Normal ...
 

Pus cells and epithelial cells found in urine. What is the disease?

if pus cells and epithelial cells are found in urine then which kind of diseases ? ...
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