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Squamous Epi Cells
I did a urine test after I notice of white floating stuff in my urine, My result: Squamous Epi Cells 21 Standard range: 0 - 17 cells/uL What mean?
Incomplete analysis: Unable to determine based only on epithelial cells- no clinical meaning.-seems normal so far...what is the rest of the analysis? ...Read more
Normal finding: This is a normal finding on routine analysis. ...Read more
My urinalysis results show: occasional leucocyets, epithelial cells 1/hpf and non squamous epi cell. There's no bacteria. What does this indicate?
"possibly a UTI":
While this could represent a lower urinary tact infection, this would most likely represent a contaminated specimen (especially a voided specimen in a female).
Most urologists are cautious about "treating the urinalysis" and would follow with a urine culture and sensitivity. ...Read more
I had urinalysis done tonight because of a kidney stone my one question I have is Squamous Epi Cell normal in the urine I see the normal range is 0-3 and mine was 5-10 what could that mean?
What high Squamous Epi Cells contain in urine test mean? Is it related to health problem except urine infection? Is it visible to eyes?
I am 24+ weeks pregnant. Epithelial cell is 3/hpf and non squamous epi cell is occassional. Is it dangerous?
Abnormal cells: Squamous cells line the junction on the cervix between the vaginal cells and the endometrial canal cells; pap smear screen for abnormal appearances in these cells as they indicate precursors to cervical cancer. Atypical means abnormal, so atypical squamous cells mean that the cells on the cervix are abnormal, but mildly abnormal, and not abnormal enough to classify as dysplasia. ...Read more
May be abnormal cell: It is a term used by Pathologists to imply that your cells are somewhat deranged and not entirely normal. Sometimes this means that such cells can deteriorate further and may become cancerous. So it requires close monitoring. ...Read more
Squamous: Describes the tile like architecture of cells; however, their behavior is deranged, nuclei irregualrly enlarged and do not respect boundaries. ...Read more
Squamous: Iy is a histological discription of certain cells- how they look under the microscope ...Read more
Several things: Having an abnormal urilnalysis can result from several factors. Things such as infection, bladder stones, catheterization (especially prolonged urinary catheterization), and malignancy can be possible causes. If this was detected, a urological evaluation should be sought to include a cystoscopy (placement of a telescope into the bladder to visualize the bladder). ...Read more
Close FU: Perhaps repeat in 6 months to make sure. ...Read more
Dirty catch: Squamous cells do not exist inside the urinary tract, they are coming from your skin cells. It means that you did not perform a "clean catch" in which you wipe your vulva with a cleansing wipe, then urinate into the toilet slightly before catching the urine into the cup. It invalidates the results of the test if there are a lot of squamous epithelial cells in the urine. ...Read more
Adequate smear: If your smear reveal endocervical and squamous cells, it means your smear is satisfactory for evaluation, adequate to rule out human papilloma virus changes, to rule out high or low grade intraepithelial neoplasia. ...Read more
Skin: These cells form our skin and other "barrier" tissues. Specifically the palms and soles are great examples! ...Read more
What does endocervical and / or squamous metaplastic cells (endocervical component) are present mean?
Is a high grade squamous lesion cancer. I also have abnormal squamous cells. I'm waiting to get a colpos copy.?
More specific: In order to better anterior question, more information is needed. Perhaps you could approach one of the physicians in the personal message area. Be sure to describe exactly where the high-grade squamous lesion is located. It is on the skin and extremity, oriented near the anus? Are you getting a colonoscopy or a colposcopy? Hope this helps. ...Read more
Please translate. Focal squamous atypia. Ki-67 shows mild increase in cell proliferation. Focal VIN can't be excluded
My smear test say atypical squamous cells and I was told to come back in 6 months for another test. Gyny told me it is most prpbable due to inflmmation?
Test reads squamous epithelial cells analysis is rare. Bacteria is also rare. Not sure what that means?
No worries...: These results (likely for urinalysis) are unremarkable. The term "rare" in this context means "very few in number." In other words, on microscope exam of the urine sample, there were very few bacteria (meaning not worrisome) and you had some squamous cells (very common, skin cells from skin outside of urethra [eg from penis or from your hand in close contact]). ...Read more