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Meaning Of 6 8hpf Pus Cells
My pus cell is 6-8HPF and epithelial cell 35-40HPF . Active motile 40%. Morphology 60%. Volume 0.5cc. Is it normal or cause to serious injure.
Depends: Do you have any symptoms such as dysuria, suprapubic pain, flank pain or fever? If yes, these findings may suggest an urine infection. If no, these findings are seen in contaminated sample, asymptomatic bacteriuria or colonization which is normal. A good perineal hygiene is usually helpful to avoid colonization of bacteria. ...Read more
L Nipple single duct discharge. Cytology report no malignant cells seen mostly proteinaceous material; rare foam cells and leukocytes present. ??
Does this mean i have bacterial vaginosis?
white blood cell : 8/hpf
red blood cell : 0/hpf
epithelial cells : +
bacteria : ++
Possible: This wet mount is NOT diagnostic. Your symptoms and a culture is necessary. Your Primary Care Provider may treat you with a "mixed formula" (Anti Yeast/Bacterial) Vaginal Cream or Suppository HOWEVER if you have an active sexual partner an EXACT Diagnosis is necessary to eliminate passing an infection back and forth. Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
I got may unrinalysis and the result are this pus cell 2-4/HPF, red blood cell 1-2/HPF, epithelial cell : occasioal , amorphous phosphates : many,?
Here are some ...: Pus cells are degenerated white blood cells and its presence denotes inflammation inside urinary tracts does exist usually resulting from bacterial UTI, STD-related urethritis, stone, tumors, foreign body, physical related event including surgery & instrumentation, etc. But, careless urine collection may lead to significant contamination so to show pus cells but commonly along with squamous cells. ...Read more
Gram stain sputum- presence of few epithelial cells, moderate number of pus cells,few gram positive cocci in chain observed in smear
What does this in?
Sputum gram stain: Sputum gram stain testing is not done nearly as often as it once was, since we now know it usually isn't very helpful in diagnosis. The white blood cells (pus cells) suggest infection like bronchitis or pneumonia -- but it's usually possible to judge this just by appearance of the sputum (e.g., yellow or green mucus). Gram pos cocci could be entirely normal bacteria. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
pus cells- 2-3 seen
epithelial cells- 3-5 seen
rbc, crystal, cast, microorganism are nil
is there any problem to?
See below: If you have no symptoms and no medical problems , then should not be a problem. ...Read more
UFR shows Pus Cells : 6-8/hpf, Red Blood Cells : 1-2/hpf. All other values r normal. Pls tell me is there any infection or abnormal in this result?
Abnormal: I would certainly coordinate the results with your symptoms...Certainly consult with you physician first ...Read more
See below: 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, you appear to have urinary infection and should see your doctor for a prescription. ...Read more
In my Urinalysis, WBC is 2-3 /hpf, RBC is 1-2 /hpf, Epithelial Cells occasional, Mucus Threads moderate, Bacteria are few, Urates few.
Here are some ...: All findings of UA as reported could be categorized as within normal limit with no clinical significance. I would recommend repeating UA from a properly collected fresh urine specimen and correlate the result with clinical pictures including history of diseases (including bladder function) or procedure of urinary tract; so the meaningfulness of UA can be deduced and applied to practical use. ...Read more
None: Normally there should be no red or white cells in the stool of a 1 month old baby. All the best sorting this out. ...Read more
Fever and urine in orange color -pus cells are 8-10/Hpf and epithelial cells are 6-7/Hpf in complete urine examination.
See answer: Your urinalysis may be indicative of either a urinary tract infection or normal vaginal contamination. The presence of only leukocytes (WBCs) in the urine has a poor predictive (<45%) probability for UTI and has resulted in unnecessary administration of antibiotics to one third to one half of treated patients. A urine culture is recommended and is the gold standard for the diagnosis of a UTI. ...Read more
Exam of Seminal Fluid
Total Count 78000000
Total Abnormal Forms45%
Round Cells 120,000
Red Blood Cells1-2
Seminal Fluid: Normal: 20,000,000 or more sperm per mL . A total ejaculate volume of 80 million At least 50% should be motile one hour after ejaculation More than 14% should have normal heads - whereby greater than 50% of those cells examined must be normal Motility is the percentage of moving sperm in a sample and graded based on speed and direction travelled., moving forward in a straight line with good speed. The progression of the sperm, best measured using an automated system, is rated on a basis from zero (no motion) to 4, with 3-4 representing good motility. If less than half of the sperm are motile, a stain is used to identify the percentage of dead sperm. This is called a sperm viability test. Agglutination of sperm occurs when sperm stick together in a specific and consistent manner (head to head, tail to tail, etc.) suggesting an immunologic cause to infertility. Clumping of sperm in a nonspecific manner may be due to bacterial infection or tissue contamination. ...Read more
Abnormal urine epithelial cell large number of urine bacteria hyaline cast high & mixed flora of 3 oraganisms. What does this mean?
Stage 2 vericocele in left testis diabetic from 8 years semen count 46.8 million/ml, motility 60%, morphology 70%, immature germ cell present, is it gud?
That's good...: The report is good and favorable to impregnate suitable females. But note: some 15% of adult men has some degree of varicocele, usually in left side, and carrying no clinical significance. So, don't worry, but make sure the female partner is evaluated if infertility is concerned since females contribute some 50% as direct causes for couple's infertility. Talk with treating doctor timely. Best... ...Read more