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Have urinalysis report. Can any online doctor help me to read it?

HI, Daniel Here!
I would like to inquire about my mom's urinalysis check up three(4/2/2013) weeks ago.

it shows:

Color = yellow
reaction = acidic
transparency = slightly turbid
specific gravity = 1.030
sugar = trace
albumin = (+)
calcium oxalate

RBC = 2-3 / HPF
plus cells = 10-12 HPF
Yeast Cells
Epithelial Cells = Few
Amorph Urates = Moderate
Mucus Threads
Bacteria = Few

...there is a development according to her which will be forwarded to me eventually...
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hi, Thanks for the query to H.C.M.
Color= yellow-------------NORMAL
Transparency = slight turbid-------------Normal
Specific gravity 1.030-----------------------Normal
Sugar======TRACE-----------------------Worrisome because normally urine don'e have sugar , if present either due to diabetes or excessive intake of sugar related product in diet or due to direct ingestion of glucose by drip.
Albumin=(+) ----------------------Not a good sign , if present it means protein is passing in the urine because kidney (both) not working properly so get in U/S of kidneys.
R B C==== 2-3 --------------might have haematuria means kidneys are not able to retain blood of course mild degree. so pl get in U/S abdomen .
Pus cells===10-12 HPF-----------------Bad sign i.e. pyelo or glumerulonephritis ( infection or inflammation of kidneys.
yeast cells, epithelial cells, Amorphous , urates all are insignificant.
After analysis of this report you have to consult a doctor and seek hid opinion.
Dr. HET.-
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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