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Urinalysis done, shows colour, pus cells, bacteria, calcium oxalate. Normal report?

Hi! I am XXXXX, 23/F My Urinalysis result shows: Color: Yellow Character: Clear Protein: Negative pH: 7.0 Sp. Gravity: 1.015 Sugar: Negative Pus cells: 0-3/hpf RBC: 0-2/hpf Epith. cells: moderate Bacteria: Moderate Amorph. PO4: None Amorph Urates: None Crystals: Cal. Oxalates: None Uric Acid: None Triple Phosp.: None Casts: None Many Thanks! Your reply would be of great help.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Sep 2012
HI, welcome to HCM, I am Dr.Das
The color, character, pH , sp.garvity all are within normal limt. Protein,sugar , pus cells, epithelial cells RBcs, bacteria all are within normal limit.
So, overall, there is no detectable pathology in the report you have provided.
You did tell us why you have done this urine test.
It is quite normal.
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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