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My urinalysis good except; urine color:yellow.Appearane:turbid.Rbcs: 9 (normal is 3/microliter)crystals: amorphous urates abundant.Epithelial:moderate?
Contaminated: The color is fine; the urates precipitating may have caused the cloudiness and really mean nothing. The epithelial cells indicate likely contamination and this makes the reds less worrisome. Is your physician concerned? The most i'd do is repeat unless there's an actual reason to worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What mean that urine albumin trace pus cells 12-15 epith.cells+++ crystals amorphous bacteria present?
Urinalysis: Trace albumin means little or nothing. The presence of trace pus cells is probably from a poorly collected specimen contaminated by vaginal secretions, as suggested by the epithelial cells. The amorphous bacteria is also a result of contamination. To be effective in helping diagnosing UTI this should be an assisted clean midstream urine specimen. ...Read more
See answer: The number of WBCs considered normal is typically 2-5 WBCs/hpf or less. A high number of WBCs indicates infection, inflammation, or vaginal/skin contamination. Normal number of RBCs 1-3/hpf. Both amorphous urates and mucus threads are not uncommon findings and usually by themselves have no clinical significance. Overall, a fairly unremarkable U/A with mildly elevated WBCs. Urine culture to r/o UTI ...Read more
What's wrong? UA that are off . Renal epithelial cells, mucus, amorphous calcium exalate, leukocytes estarase, squamous epithelial, WBCS, bacteria.
My urnie analysis showed following results.
Ca oxalate crys = 1+
Amorphous urate 2+?
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I am 54 Male. urine report shows Leukocytes 2-5 and epithelial cells 5-10, RBC-Nil, Casts-Absent, Crystals - Absent, Bacteria-Absent, Reaction-Acidic,?
Ph 8, epithelial cells moderate, RBC 3-5, 0-3 wbc, bacteria moderate. protein, glucose, crystals and ketones all negative. specific gravity 1.010?
Urinalysis result; acidic reaction; 6 pH and 0-1 rbc,1-2 pus cells,occasional squamous,few bacteria,rare mucus threads,rare amorphous urates,alarming?
Kidney labs normal. Dark yellow urine. Turbid. Keytones trace. Proteins 1+. Bacteria few. Amorphous sediment many. Rest of urine is normal, explain?
Low rbc, high urea nitrogenBUN, high urine osmolality,high urine creatinine random,high UA sodium random,ab. urine epithelial cell,k etones,ur.mucus ?
Dehydrated: 39 F from Indy of unknown ethnicity medical or drugs notes low rbc high bun and high urine Na creat. ANS: sounds like anemia and dehydration or renal disease. The latter is often due to eating too much salt and HTN and choosing the wrong grandparents. Your Dr knows you best so ask them. ...Read more
Calcium oxalate: Calcium oxalate crystals in the urine are the most common constituent of human kidney stones. What the urine analysis report is stating is that there are 4-8 of them per highpowered field (hpf) of the microscope used in examining the urine specimen. Their presence in the urine is not diagnostic of having kidney stones, however. ...Read more
Urobilinogen Qualitative Urine 2.0mg/dL, Leukocytes Esterase Urine 75 WBC/uL, WBC Urine 11-25/HPF, RBC Urine 2-5/HPF. What does all this mean?
How abnormal are these lab urinalysis result?s 25 Blood, 15 Leuks, 8-10 WBC/hpf, 5-10 RBC/hpf, 15-20 Epithelial Cells/hpf,& 'Much' Amorphous Casts/hpf
My urine has large urine amorphous sediment, small urine calcium oxalate crystals, small bacteria, small mucus , trace protein and sp grav 1.030?
Sounds normal: All these are common and normal. Your urine is quite concentrated, probably due to limited fluid intake before it was collected; this probably explains the trace protein, which is the only thing mentioned that might be considered slightly abnormal. Discuss with your doctor, but I see no cause for worry. ...Read more
Can you please interupt this : turbid urine, epithelial cells- high, mucus -few, calcium oxalate crystals -few, amorphous crystals -many, and uric ...
Urinalysis interpretation needed character slightly turbid, pH 6, protein trace, sg 1.005, WBC 38-42, RBC 2-5, epithelial cell moderate, bacteria few?
Not significant: Urine deposits when looked under microscope may show crystals of chemical products excreted by the kidney. This has no particular significance, so you can ignore it. Some people are prone to make kidney stones. In these folks we look carefully if they have excess of any stone forming chemicals. This is not one of them. So you do not need to worry. ...Read more
I am 17 years old male, My urine is turbid and i have +++ amorphous phosphate in urine and my urine is alkaline. Should i worry?
I have frequent and excessive quantity of urination and now I have urine test report which says amorphous phosphate crystals (4+ per/HPF). ?
Here are some ...: The presence of amorphous phosphate crystals is common while urine is alkaline; it is not clinically significant as long as other parameters in UA from properly collected specimen are unremarkable. As to frequent urination, have urologist check if your bladder holds or empties urine well or not, and how kidneys work. As well, self-watch of overdrinking or consuming bladder irritants such as coffee ...Read more
Hello Doc.i had few amorphous phosphate and moderate epithelial cells in my urine.i undergo open kidney stones surgery 7yrs ago...
Do not worry:
Drink enough water every day so that your urine is mostly colorless. That will help in preventing stone formation.
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Hi What does it mean if I have albumin trace in my urinalysis, +1 leukocytes, 6-10 pus cells, Many Epithelial Cells and Few Amorphous phospates? Thank
Doctor can evaluate: A primary care doctor can evaluate to see why phosphate might be low. Usually, the first thing to do is repeat the comprehensive chemistry panel, including the phosphate. It might turn out normal on the repeat test. The patient's dietary intake and alcohol intake is important. Other lab tests include looking at parathyroid hormones and vitamin d. ...Read more
See below: Many patients will see a note of amorphous urates on their laboratory results. Since the name sounds very clinical, it can understandably cause concern for patients. However, this is an extremely common finding that has nothing to do with your body, but rather, with the refrigeration process of the urine sample. The amorphous urates can sometimes “stick” to mucus threads or casts in your urine, thus making diagnosis of the real problem a bit trickier. Fortunately, laboratory professionals have ways to separate the amorphous urates from the other parts of the urine, thus giving a more accurate picture of what your health is really like. ...Read more
Carbohydrate enzyme: Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (g6pd deficiency) is an inherited disorder found mostly in people with african, asian, or middle eastern ancestry. G6pd helps convert carbohydrates into a more useful form. Lack of this enzyme causes red blood cells to become fragile, resulting in the rbcs bursting when stressed. This leads to hemolytic anemia. Infection, drugs & some foods can trigger. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a problem: A small amount of this salt will cause no harm. ...Read more
Yes: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, your results are well within normal limits. ...Read more
a NON-SPECIFIC finding and is of NO CONCERN!
Hope this helps
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Lab error?: Possible to have vit d deficiency or hyperparathyroid. Other causes are usually pretty obvious and still others are very rare. I would repeat lab test first. ...Read more