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My husband had urinalysis and the results are as follows: Physical exam: Color - dark straw , transparency - slightly cloudy, reaction - 6.0, spec. gravity - 1.010. Chemical Exam: Albumin - negative, Sugar - negative. Microscopic Exam: WBC 40-50/hpf, RBC 3-4/hpf, Casts: Fine granular 0-1/hpf, coarse granular 0-1/hpf, squamous cells - few, amorphous urates - few, bacteria - occasional. What does this mean? Does he have UTI or kidney infection? He has back pain, fatigue & lack of appetite & difficulty urinating. Please advice. Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Would like to know:
What is his age?
Does he have fever?
Does he have burning during urination?
Was an ultrasound done? Can you mention findings in Kidneys, Bladder and Prostate?

Yes, he is likely to have UTI.

Answered: Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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General Surgeon Dr. Roop Singh's  Response
Hello m.aileenjavellana,
He has definte Renal pathology either Pyelonephritis or Renal Calculus or Renal Tumor Advice- IVP( intavenous pyelography) or,.,CT scan Iv&Oral contrast hope you will enjoy positive health, thank you.
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