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Microcytic Hypochromic Red Cells
In a report its written.. Alert! rbc: moderate anisopoikilocytosis. Predominantly microcytic hypochromic cells with ovalocytes and elliptocytes?
First time i notic red cells in urine and then i check it is RCB,s 4-5. ,pus cells is 1-2. What should i do?
Dysmorphic Red Cells: If you are ferring to the cells found in urine, they may indicate some kind of bleeding process or hematuria. Very tiny amounts of blood in urine, or microscopic hematuria, may be a physiologic findings in many younger adults and needs work up if urine keeps showing these in repeat testing along with other abnormal lab values, family history of kidney disease or symptoms in the patient. ...Read more
Red cells large 5 yrs after correction of B12 def. With high erythroproiten level. Further testing?
Yes: There are many things that can cause elevated red blood cell size-besides vit B12 deficiency. To name some of them will include thyroid problems, other deficiency, bone marrow failure, liver problems, drugs related, breaking down of red blood cells etc. Yes, you should have work-up done. Please go to see your doctor and get yourself checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ignore it: One technician may note it and the next one not. Unless it is spectacular, it's best ignored. It is never the key to a diagnosis. ...Read more
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Hematuria: 8-10 red blood cells mean microscopic hematuria.It is only seen under microscope. The normal rbcs should be less than 5. The blood can be due to kidney, ureter, bladder , prostate infection, stone or tumor.Or simply drug or diet effect. It needs thorough evaluation by urologist. Pls read red urine http://doctorrajput.Com thanks. ...Read more
Cytosis: Erythrocytosis and leukocytosis mean elevation of the rbc and WBC counts respectively above the reference values of the lab. Slight increase could be physiologic reactions but usually when leukocytosis is accompanied by fever, it signifies infection. In your body. Elevation of rbc or WBC with many persistent abnormal young forms could mean early dysplasia or leukemia. ...Read more
Ask your doctor: Anyone on long term steroids should consult their doctor about unusual blood test results. Thats why they are monitoring you. In general low lymphocytes are not usually a problem but i would still ask your doctor because steroids need to be carefully monitored. Subtle changes in your platelets or white cells can mean many things. ...Read more
Just had a urinalysis, my results are: pus cells: tntc/hpf; red cells: 1-3/hpf; epithelial cells: +; crystals: a. Urates.. What does this mean?
UTI: Sounds like a urinary tract infection (UTI). There are other causes for having white cells however bacterial infection is most common. If you are having urinary symptoms, then it will probably require antibiotics. Urate crystals are probably secondary to this however if it doesn't clear then consider gout. ...Read more
In thalassemia, why there is nucleated red cells as the bone marrow is desperately trying to get red cells into the circulation as fast as possible?
What could be my condition? Dark yellow, sl. Turbid urine sg 1.030 protein 3+, pus 3-6, red cells 0-2, sugar negative?
Diff possibilities : The 3+ protein in urine is the only worrisome finding. The rest could be explained by some dehydration and possible mild uti. Both could increase urine protein. Would drink several cups of water for couple of days & redo urinalysis. If still sig proteins, may need to see kidney specialist for it may mean the filtering units are diseased. If very high proteins, a kidney biopsy may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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