Urinalysis

What is Urinalysis?

Urinalysis is a test performed on urine for sugar and albumin.It checks for pus cells, red blood cells and epithelial cells. Its a routine test done in cases of fever to rule of infection, in diabetics to know presence of sugar, in kidney failure for protein.

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I NOTICED TODAY THAT MY URINE WAS DARK. I INCREASED MY WATER INTAKE AND IT WAS STILL DARK. THERE MAY BE BLOOD IN MY URINE. MY SHORTS MAY HAVE A...

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Brief Answer:
a urinalysis is required

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a urinalysis would clarify the true nature of your problem. Whether it's blood or...

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My urinalysis shows morganella morganii as abnormal at 10,000 - 25,000 units per mL. My doctor didn't get back with me just sent this report....

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
More like contaminate

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Thank you for contacting HCM with your health care concerns

You are concerned that your...

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Urinalysis Chemical: Erythrocytes 0.3 Is this in the acceptable range!

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0-3 Erythocytes detected on urine analysis are mormal

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Thanks for query
0-3 Erythrocytes reported in urinalysis...

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