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Can any one help me in interpreting the urine routine analysis report - which shows Colour straw
Pus cells 3-5/hpf
Epi Cells 4-6/hpf
All the components of the test report is okay except the urine RBC’s which should ideally be nil and at the most a few. It depends on the morphology of the RBC’s to determine the source of the same. If the RBC’s are intact, then the most likely source of the same is from the lower urinary tract like the ladder. However, if the RBC’s are damaged, then the likely source is from the kidney. Further investigations will depend on the same. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
plz interpret my urine test.
colour-pale yellow,appearance- clear,deposit- absent,reaction-acidic5.0,specific gravity-1.05.
epethelial cells- occasinal,pus cell-occasional,bacteria- occasional.
my age is 45yrs.Thanks
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