Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

129 Doctors Online
Doctor Image
MD
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

I will be looking into your question and guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

Doctors waiting to answer your question

Dr. Dorina Gurabardhi
MD
Dr. Dorina Gurabardhi

General & Family Physician

Exp 6 years

Dr. Suresh Heijebu
MD
Dr. Suresh Heijebu

General & Family Physician

Exp 9 years

Dr. Vaishalee Punj
MD
Dr. Vaishalee Punj

General & Family Physician

Exp 16 years

Dr.Raju
MD
Dr.Raju

General & Family Physician

Exp 11 years

Dr. Kiran Kumar
MD
Dr. Kiran Kumar

General & Family Physician

Exp 11 years

Dr. Arun Prasad
MD
Dr. Arun Prasad

General Surgeon

Exp 35 years

...and 18,000+ more Doctors from across the world

Showing results for :

Pus cells epithelial cells gram positive cocci

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

in throat swab test of my 8 month old baby the gram stain column show that 3-5 pus cells,occasional epithelial cells and gram positive cocci were seen. and also in the culture column it noted Alpha haemolytic ...

doctor1 MD

Longevity 2 Hours Pus Cells 5-7/hpf Nil Red Blood Cells Nil Nil Epithelial Cells Few Nil Morphology: Normal ...Dear Doc, please find below my test report.Please give your comments on presence of Pus cell 5 ...

doctor1 MD

Many Inflammatory cells, few epithelial cells ,many gram positive cocci in pairs & chains, occasional gram negative bacilli seen. - what does this mean Doctor ...

doctor1 MD

the culture.. Are these normal? What does it mean? Heavy Growth Normal vaginal flora isolated 1 + Epithelial cells , 2 + gram positive cocci, 2 + positive rods, no WBC's seen ...

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

HI I just went to get a vaginal exam. I was told I had PID. My results read : rare epithelial cells and numerous gram positive bacilli . Negitive for chlamydia. Im scared because I know bacilli is bacteria ...

doctor1 MD

Lab report for hvs: yeast cels seen (moderate), numerous epithelial cells seen. Gram stain: gram positive cocci seen, yeast cells seen. Urine analysis: deep amber and turbid. Microscopy: numerous RBCS ...

doctor1 MD

, PLEASE BE KIND TO INTERPRET MY RESULTS THANK YOU. 80-100 LPF PUS CELLS 10-15LPF EPITHELIAL CELLS OCCASIONAL GRAM POSITIVE COCCI IN PAIRS FEW GRAM POSITIVE BACILLI OCCASIONAL GRAM NEGATIVE BACILLI... PLEASE ...

doctor1 MD

cocci -Nil Gram Negative Bacilli - Nil Yeast - Nil Epithelial Cells -Present+++ Pus Cells -Present+ Wet ... is the epithelial cells, the pus and the gram psositive bacilli. Please give your diagnosis ...

doctor1 MD

Good day, i just had my check up in my gynecologist and the result of the tests showed that my pus cells is more than 30/OIF. My epithelial cells: many/ OIF. Gram negative tiny rods: many/ OIF. What does ...

doctor1 MD

Hi, My brother had a lab test done last August 2013 and it shows PUS cells-Rare, Epithelial cells ... t give a positive result. Does he need to under go more laboratory test for us to know what really his ...

doctor1 MD

I have suffer throat pain since last week . My throat swab report say . Result - Plenty of Epithelial cells seen. No PUS cell seen Few Gram positive cocci in pairs seen. Few Gram negative cocci ...

doctor1 MD

report was: Gram stain Pus cell + Epithelial cell + Gram positive cocci seen. Please advise me. Thanking ...

doctor1 MD

Hi. My recent pap test result was satisfactory for eveluation but limited by inflammation, predominance of coccobacili, reactive inflammation, gram(-) B III, pus cells 25/hpf, Epithelial cells 25. What ...

doctor1 MD

Dear sir, Routine urinalysis of my wife shows following results APPEARANCE SLIGHT HAZY COLOUR STRAW DEPOSIT TRACE SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1010 REACTION ACID PH 6.00 PUS CELLS 4-6/ HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS 6-8/HPF ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

its totally normal, 2 pus cell and 4 epithelial cell is normally seen. there is no infection. thank you

doctor1 MD

Epithelial cells are lining cells that get exfoliated eventually. Do not worry about their count. The number of pus cells is the one to look for

doctor1 MD

Because they shed it during menses