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Upper back pain, urinalysis shows albumin trace, pus cells, RBC, squamous cells, mucus threads. Conclusion?

hi, i m experiencing upper back pain and my urinalysis result as follows: color-light yellow, transparency- slightly turbid, reaction-acidic, ph-6.5, specific gravity- 1.010, albumin-trace, sugar-negative, pus cells- 4-8/hpf, red cells- 10-20/hpf, squamous cells-few, bacteria few, mucus threads +, amorphous urates ++. im seeking for your advice based on the result. thanks in advance.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Well you are experiencing upper back pain and blood in urine as evident by RBC(what we call microscopic hematuria).I think we need to exclude any kidney stones first,besides any kidney pathology, for which you need to do a ultrasound KUB(kidney ureter bladder).You can also go X-ray KUB,which may put some light on the pathology.
You need not worry much and you can consult a urologist after doing these two tests.
Good luck. bye
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