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Need help in reading the urine test result

i just got my lebresults from a foreign hospital. the doctors close by can t speak english at all... what does the resulte meen? Color: yellow Appearrance: s1 hazy specific gravity: 1020 Leukocyte esterase: *trace nitrite: neg ph: 6.0 protein: neg glucose: neg Ketones: neg urobilinogen: 0.2 bilirubion: neg blood: neg urin micro w/refelex wbc: 2-5 rbc: 0 bacteria: none mucus: none squamous ep: occ thanks for help!!
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM. I am Dr. Das
The color of urine is normal. appearance is mildly hazy, which is quite normal. Specific gravity is normal. Nitrite is absent, pH is alkaline, protein, glucose,ketone, bilirubin, blood are absent.The urobilinogen level is within normal limit. Wbc is within normal limit. mucus, bacteria are absent. occasional squamous cell is a normal finding.
So, your urine test result is quite normal.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Anand Sekar's  Response
Your Urine test seems normal.
Color yellow is normal.
Appearrance hazy - normal
sP gravity is within limit
Leukocyte esterase -trace and nitrite negative is clinically not significant, only When both are positive it indicates bacterial infection
pH normal limit
Protein, glucose, ketone all are normal
Urobilinogen breakdown product of blood within limits and bilirubin neg is normal
no blood in urine is normal.
WBC is white blood cells 2- 5 is normal range
RBC is red blood cell is normal
there is mucus which is good.
Squamous epithelial cell - dead cells from urethera which is secreted in urine is occasional is also good.
This is the interpretation of your Urine test
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