A 42-year-old member asked:
For what reason are there no white blood cells in urine with urinary tract infection?
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Pathology 51 years experience
Unlikely to be the: Case. Only the extreme case of a person with profound leukopenia may one not see white blood cells in urine with urinary tract infection. White cells may not be seen if the urine was not preserved properly and the WBC disintegrated.
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