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

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

Is presence of epithelial cells in sputum a concern?

Hello, I had my phlegm analyzed and there were few epithelial cells , likely directly from my lungs. Should I be concerned? ...
 

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 ? ...
 

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 ...
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What does this urinalysis showing pus and epithelial cells indicate?

.010, leukocytes trace all this is the chemistry report and in microscopoc report the bacteria is 2plus , pus and epithelial postive and red blood cells, casts, crystal is negative. Please tell me what this means. ...
 

What does the presence of epithelial cells indicate based on the urinalysis?

MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION PUS CELL 3-5 RED BLOOD CELL 1-3 EPITHELIAL CELL moderate MUCOUS THREADS few AMORPHOUS ...
 

Medication is required if occasional epithelial cells are present in urinalysis?

. gravity: 1.010 sugar: negative protein: negative pus cells: 1-3/ hpf red blood cells: 0-1/hpf epithelial cells: occasional bacteria: rare mucus threads: rare amorphous urates: few Could you please interpret ...
 

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 ...
 

yeast,pus and epithelial cells in stool

in the mornings. had a rotine stool test done today which showed occasional pus cells and epithelial cells. vegetable cells were present and yeast cells present.what does this indicate?there is no mucos or blood. ...
 

What treatment is suggested for pus and epithelial cells ?

My girlfriend has been diagnosed with pur cells and epithelial cells and given furocef, doxyclin and eflaron. I told her to go for the test after noticing blisters on the surface of my foreskin everytime we ...
 

What does epithelial cells in urinalysis suggest?

: NEGATIVE Sugar: NEGATIVE PUS Cells: 1-2/LPF RBC: 0-1/HPF Bacteria: FEW Epithelial Cells: FEW Mucus Threads ...
 

Is it normal to have epithelial cells in urine?

my lab result shows WBC/pus cells 6-11 HPF. RBC 12-14 HPF (with menstruation). Many epithelial cells. amorphous few. Bacteria many. Mucus thread none. Colorless, slightly turbid, reaction 6 ...
 

What does the epithelial cells in urinalysis indicate?

is dark yellow; transparency is turbid; PH 6.0, protein traced. For microscopic exam pus cells is 25-30 HPF; bacteria - few; epithelial cells - few; mucus threads - few; amorphous materials - urates few ...
 

What are rare epithelial cells?

HI I just went to get a vaginal exam. I was told I had PID. My results read : rare epithelial cells ... but im not shore what the rare epithelial is . Can u help me? ...
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pus cells 2 epithelial cell 4
its totally normal, 2 pus cell and 4 epithelial cell is normally seen. there is no infection. thank you
 
Epithelial cell moderate what does it mean
Epithelial cells are lining cells that get exfoliated eventually. Do not worry about their count. The number of pus cells is the one to look for
 
why high epithelial cell in female
Because they shed it during menses
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