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What does occ urinalysis mean

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Urinalysis microscopy reads occasional WBC. Meaning?

Trying to understand my urinalysis microscopy it reads occ wbc what does this mean? ...
 

What are the findings in the urinalysis report?

My fiancee had a urinalysis done today and the results are: ubg 70 umo1/1++ , pro 0.3 g/1 +, asc 1.1 mmo1/1 ++, ph 5, leu 25 leu/u1 +...... What could this mean? ...
 

Urine analysis shows occ for epithelial cells. What does it mean?

Hi. I had a urinalysis and the epithelial cells result is occ. can u tell me what this means ...
 

What does my urinalysis test results indicate?

urinalysis came back from a routine test 1+ blood 4-10 rbc few bacteria what does it mean? ...
 

What does my urinalysis report indicate?

I received a urinalysis and my occult blood was 3+ and my rbc was >30. Ph was at the high end of the normal range. Everything else was in normal ranges including the wbc. What might that mean? I have some ...
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What does occ mean in urinalysis?

, and this is a surprise. i don know what OCC means thank you eileen m 55yrs ..., and a bunch more. the last 2 tests were: urinalysis, squamous epithelial says OCC next to it, and urinalysis ...
 

What does urinalysis report mean?

Do my urinalysis results mean a possible infection? Leukocyte Esterase 75/ul; [nitrite negative .../HPF 0-2; Bacteria OCC. My concern is the Leukocyte Esterase value and the microscopic Bacteria listed ...
 

What does my urinalysis report mean?

up and 2 5mg oxy doesn t help. i had urnialysis - what does ur - wbc-occ-3/hpf mean ...
 

Need analysis of my urinalysis result

i just wanna ask if what does my urinalysis result means it says that: 1.PHYSICAL EXAMINATION a ....Protein: negative 3.MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION a.pus cells: 30-35/hpf b.RBC: 0-2hpf c.Epithelial cells: Occ. d ...
 

What does urinalysis suggest?

hi doc! I got this urinalysis. i dont know what does it mean? hope you can help me understand this, here are the results, Color: Yellow, Appearance: Turbid, Specific Gravity: 1.015, pH: 5.0, Protein ...
 

What does this urinalysis indicate?

. what does this mean? what could be the problem? ...
 

What are normal values of urinalysis?

im 47 yrs old female. pre menopaused. i had my urinalysis ( employment requirement).RBC 0-2 hpf, pus cell 0-2 hpf, squamous - rare, bacteria -few, mucus thread -few, amorphous urates - few. What does ...
 

Urinalysis done. Is the report normal?

hi im 31 yrs old male,i have my urine test now........but i can t understand what it means of result.can you tell me what is it? the color of my urine is yellow, ph 5.0,transperency is clear, albumin ...
 

Need evaluation of my urinalysis

- 3-7hpf, Epithelial cells- many, Bacteria- moderate, Mucus Threads- moderate...what does this mean ...i am 19 yr old female my urinalysis results reads: color-light yellow, transparency-hazy, pH 5 ...
 

Need explanation for urinalysis result.

I want to know what my urinalysis result means. Below is the summary of the result. i hope somebody may help me interpret it. Thank you. Color: yellow Transparency:s.turbid Reaction:acidic sugar ...
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what does bacteria occasional means in my urinalysis?
It means take treatment only if symptoms of urinary tract infection are present.
 
Urinalysis microscopic RBC 3-5 HPF and WBC 2-4 HPF. What does the value mean?
hi there, 2-4 wbc/hpf is not very significant ,3-5 rbc/hpf tho not normal but not alarming. You may need to repeat the test after a week to see if the rbcs in urine persist. If you are otherwise asymptomatic then wait for a repeat test and then if it is increased or persists you may visit your physician for a more detailed exam.
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