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Done urine analysis, history of silent stones. Help

Male, age 48, no symptoms, prior history of silent stones ... results of test are in, but my dr. is not available for another 36 hours (nurse did say that there was no cause for dire concern)... Urinalysis , Reflex : Color - Yellow Appearance - Clear Glucose , QL - Negative Bilirubin , Urine - Negative Ketones - Negative Specific Gravity - 1.009 Blood - Large (3+) pH - 6.0 Protein, Total, QL - Negative Nitrite - Negative Leukocyte Esterase - Negative Microscopic Exam, Urine : Squamous Epithelial Cells - None Seen WBC - None Seen Bacteria - None Seen RBC - 40-60 H Hyaline Casts - None Seen
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are a known pt to develop urinary stones Your recent urine analysis suggest presence of Red Blood cells in urine (Haematurea)The cause of this could be a stone in urinary system.Pl get your ultrasound scanning done to localize the location of stone and consult Urologist for further treatment.
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