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What does pus cell,epithelial cell,rbc and hpf in urinalysis indicate ?

urine volume 80ml pus cell 50 55 hpf epithelial cell 4 5 hpf does Ok my question is that my father age 67 years had a urinanalysis done and found that he is having pus cells and rbcs in the urine and a hpf positive .now what possible diagnosis should i consider ?what does that mean ???And hes having bodyach all over that he could not get up properly muscle weakness and knee pain all day !!!kindly help me??????
Asked On : Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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Read your prob, your father s report shows he has been suffering from UTI as he has high pus cells in urine. he should get urine culture n sensitivity test, n according to it he should start injectable antibiotics after advising your doc. along with it he should get renal profile n blood sugur leval for rule out diabetes n any kidny disorder. get sonography for rule out any stone. discuss it with your doc n start proper treatment.
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