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Done urine test. Want interpretation

hi... doc this is my urine report .. physical examination appearance clear specific gravity 1.015 color pale yellow cemical examination reaction (ph) acidic proteins absent clucose absent microscopic examination pus cells 1-2/hpf red blood cells absent epithelial cella few i want to my urine report result...
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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your urine report is all within normal range and its a normal report .. you need not worry regarding anything ..
normally sp gravity should be between 1.002-1.035 and its amber or pale yellow or slight dark yellow color.. and normally proteins are absent too. and it should be acidic and glucose content in traces sometimes .. and pus cells are also normal if its 1-2 ..but if its more than 2 in uncontaminated urine then its abnormal and suggest urine infection..
so at present your urine report is you can correlate with your clinical symptoms and do necessarily..
hope ive helped u ..
thank u..
Answered: Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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