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Rbc 0 2 hpf means

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doctor1 MD

Urinalysis Microscopic RBC 3-5 HPF and WBC 0-2 HPF mean? ...

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Recent urine test shows color - yellow, clarity - clear, Blood +2, RBC - 11/HPF, WBC - 2/HPF, Bacteria, UA - Rare/HPF, and Mucus, UA - Rare/HPF. I'm concerned about RBC, Bacteria and Mucus. I've been ...

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Hello doc, can you check the result of my urinalysis color light yellow transparency slightly hazy ph 6 specific gravity 1.030 pus cells 0-2hpf rbc 0-3hpf epithelial few mucus threads many ...

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the below results) Hemoglobin "2+" Squamous Epithelial cells "moderate" WBC Urine "Occasional" RBC Urine "20-50" hpf amourphous crystals Urine " moderate" Hyaline cast urine "occasional" Protein "negative" Specific ...

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. The report seems nomal. However I see 1-2 hpf of RBC count, 2-4 hpf of WBC count , 1-2 hpf Epithethial ..., serum creatinine in blood is 0.7 mg/dl (within the range for children i.e. 0.3 to 0.7 as per mod jaffe ...

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please explain to me my urinalysis result. Found to have 5-6/HPF of RBC, pus cells of 0-2/FPF, bacteria is light, and occasional epithelial cells. What does it mean to have RBC of 5-6/HPF? ...

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I am 46 years old woman and had my urine tested.This is my laboratory result.. color:yellow, transparency: slightly turbid, specific gravity:1.025, reaction:acidic, rbc:0-2/HPF, pus cells:1-3/HPF ...

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None Seen Blood Nil Red Cells 02/HPF WBC 20/HPF Parasites None Seen Ova/Cysts None Seen ...

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ok with the exception of RBC/HPF 2-5 while according to the reference chart the reference level should be 0-2 please advise what is coould mean thanks ...

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what does 25-30 hpf rbc in urine means? i ve been having a fever for 3 days. thanks. chem exam ...:negative; urobilinogen:+1; bilirubin:negative microscopic exam: rbc:25-30hpf; pus cells:0-3 hpf; epithelial cells ...

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GOT URINE TEST DONE TODAY. PH IS ACIDIC, SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1.015, PUS CELLS 1-2 / HPF, R. B. C. = 0-1/HPF, EPITHELIAL CELLS = FEW. DR SAID I HAD URINE INFECTION. IS HE RIGHT? I WENT TO CONSULT DR BECAUSE ...

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: slightly cloudy; Reaction: 6.5; Specific Gravity: 1.015. *Microscopic Findings: Pus Cells: 4-5/hpf; RBC: 0-2/hpf; Epith. Cells: ++(2 plus); Mucus Threads: +++(3 plus). *Crystals: Amorphous Subs.: ++(2 plus ...

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, transparency: hazy, reaction: 7.0, specific gravity: 1.010, albumin & sugar: negative, pus cells: 5-8/hpf, red blood cells: 0-1/hpf, epithelial cells: moderate Thank you so much. ...

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Good day!My daughter of 9 month old examined her fecalysis. Can you help me interpret the result.Here is the result of her fecalysis exam.Microscopic findings PUS CELLS: 15-20/hpf, RBC: 0-3/ hpf, Ca oxalate ...

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for healthchek up my result is wbc=4.4 rbc=4.94 hgb=14.2 hct=43.4 mcv=87.9 mch=28.7 mchc=32.7 plt=290 neutrrophil=53 lymphocyte=38 monocyte=3 eos=5 in urine all was normall but w.b.c./hpf=3-5 r.b.c./hpf=0-1 ep ...

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doctor1 MD

thank you for query.it is normal urine analysis report.you need not bother.

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Rbc s in urine is always dengerous.consult your gynecologist.

doctor1 MD

hi there, 2-4 wbc/hpf is not very significant ,3-5 rbc/hpf tho not normal but not alarming. You may need to repeat the test after a week to see if the rbcs in urine persist. If you are otherwise asymptomatic then wait for a repeat test and then if it is increased or persists you may visit your physician for a more detailed exam.