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What is indicated in urine report?

Hi Doctor, Could you please interpret my urine result:
Routine:
Color: Yellow
Transparency: Hazy
Specific Gravity: 1.015
PH: 6.0
Blood: +*
Protein: NEGATIVE
Glucose: NEGATIVE
Ketone: NEGATIVE
Microscopic:
WBC: 0-1/HPF
RBC: 3.6/HPF
Casts: NONE
Epithelial Cells: RARE
Mucus Threads: RARE
Amorphous Urates: RARE
Bacteria: OCCASSIONAL
Crystals: NONE

THANKS VERY MUCH
JT
Sat, 5 Apr 2014
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

The result is essentially normal, the only abnormality is the presence of blood.

Specific gravity essentially looks at the concentration of the urine. pH examines the acidity or alkalinity of the urine.

There was no protein, glucose or ketone detected which is good.

The absence of any significant amounts WBC (white blood cells) , RBC (red blood cells), casts or any other particles rules out any infection.

You doctor may suggest repeating the test to recheck on the blood.If it is still present then further testing may be needed.

There are different possible causes for blood in the urine such as : trauma, stones, infection, blood disorder, inflammation of the kidneys, cancer

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What is indicated in urine report?

HI, thanks for using healthcare magic The result is essentially normal, the only abnormality is the presence of blood. Specific gravity essentially looks at the concentration of the urine. pH examines the acidity or alkalinity of the urine. There was no protein, glucose or ketone detected which is good. The absence of any significant amounts WBC (white blood cells) , RBC (red blood cells), casts or any other particles rules out any infection. You doctor may suggest repeating the test to recheck on the blood.If it is still present then further testing may be needed. There are different possible causes for blood in the urine such as : trauma, stones, infection, blood disorder, inflammation of the kidneys, cancer I hope this helps