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Microscopic Exam Fecalysis Normal Values
See below: Pus cells or pyuria refers to white blood cells in the urine. Normally, the number should not exceed 5 per high power field. It may indicate the presence of bacteria in the urine or a urinary tract infection depending on whether there are symptoms. Please consult your primary care doctor for treatment. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's very helpful: Looking at the lymph node under a microscope can make the diagnosis if it's uncertain. If there is cancer present, then the pathologist can actually see the cancer cells and ascertain where the cancer is coming from and how aggressive it is. There are other causes of enlarged lns that can be identified as well - e.g. Fungi, or granulomatous diseases - these can be seen many times by microscopy. Read more
When a urinalysis and urine culture is performed do they always do a microscopic exam of the urine sample to check for casts?
Urinalysis with microscopic exam says urine protein 30mg/dl and urine biliruban positive. Says"comment:result confirmed" nxt to bili. No blood no dehy?
Need clarification: We need a lot more information on the type of protein, on the cell count, Cass, and other substance seen in the urine. You need to have the urine repeated, best first thing in the morning when your hydration allows a concentrated urine. You also need some blood testing to clarify and possibly further analysis. Your physician may have to send you to a nephrologist. Read more
E/A ratio 1.33 but deceleration time is 280ms. Cut off value at 240ms on exam. Sites say 220ms. Echo report considered normal. Is this normal
The values you: ...provide are well within normal. They do not indicate diastolic dysfunction. If your Echo is normal, than apparently there are no other obvious abnormalities in your heart's anatomy or function. While the gold standard in evaluating DD is cardiac catheterization, unless you have specific signs of cardiac dysfunction (including coronary artery disease) risks may outweigh benefits. Read more
E/A ratio 1.33 but deceleration time is 280ms. Cut off value at 240ms on exam. Sites say 220ms. Echo report considered normal. Is that normal?
Very likely: At your age, the deceleration time can be a little bit above normal. Your E/A ratio is normal. Ask your doctor for feedback on the rest of the test. Read more
I'm new to the area & I have an IUD that needs to be replaced. I have had a recent exam that was normal. I have insurance with multiplan. Cost?
Cervical examination should not affect rest of the body. Clotting is usually used for clotting of blood and cervical examination would not alter blood clotting.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Read more
Yes: Most men are a little anxious about having a prostate exam. It consists of the physician placing the index finger into the rectum to feel the prostate to assess for size, consistency, and nodules. This digital examination and a blood test called psa are screening tests employed to help detect prostate cancer. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
More common post pap: A pelvic exam itself—is unlikely to cause bleeding. However a pap smear, done during the exam, can cause spotting. A pap smear is done w/ a cervical brush and sent to the lab to check for abnormalities. The brush has bristles that often cause mild irritation. Light brief bleeding is normal-any heavy bleeding, call your doctor. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can PID be ruled out with a manual exam? If there is no pain and everything feels normal to the touch?
No: Mild cases of pid might not have any pain associated with the exam. Cultures might help as well as other tests to determine if pid is present. Read more
Is it normal to feel lymph nodes that are small, don't change, are moveable, & don't hurt? Physical exams always ok. US 2y ago okay toó.
Yes: Lymph nodes are more palpable when we are youngsters, but if you have been evaluated and they have not since changed, then no cause for concern. Read more
Ask the doctor: A pelvic exam includes a bimanual exam as well as a pap smear and a visual evaluation of the cervix. The pap smear results usually take 4-5 days to come back. The rest, the doctor or nurse practitioner who did the exam can tell you during the exam. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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