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Urine test shows epithelial cells, rbc, pus cells, blood test done showing lymphocytes. Analysis?

hi docter my mother age is 58, recently she has undergone urine test and complete blood analysis test. Report of urine test consists of epithelial cells 20-25/hpf rbs occ/hpf pus cells 8-10/hpf. docter could you please explain what does above report means. Next is in the complete blood test lymphocytes came as 49 docter. what does this mean. I am bit worried could you please help me in the anaysis of the result of the above 2 tests
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear Hema, welcome to HCM.

it shows a possibility of urine infection. few pus cells . epithelial cells is not a problem . normal linings.

lymphocytes are reactive blood white cells . is not a problem at 49%.

pl. ask your doctor if it fits clinically in UTI (urinary tract infection) and get treated accordingly.

sometimes false positivity occurs with contaminated specimen.

take care and get back if you have any more doubts.

Good luck.

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Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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