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Dr. Gurmukh Singh answered:

What does it mean if you have amorphous phosphates in your urinalysis?

May be nothing

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It depends on the process that may be causing excessive phosphate excretion. See this site for more info and discuss the matter with the doctor who ordered the test. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/phosphate-in-urine
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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered:

My urinalysis good except; urine color:yellow.appearane:turbid.RBCs: 9 (normal is 3/microliter)crystals: Amorphous urates abundant.epithelial:moderate?

Contaminated

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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
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Dr. Casey Ng answered:

Can passing a kidney stone cause amorphous sediment?

Yes

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Dr. Philip Miller answered:

What is the cause of amorphous urates?.

Breakdown products

Body
these are breakdown metobolits of uric acid and a normal byproduct of body metabolism.
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Why is crystal amorphous debris in urine?

Several

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This is often benign. We tend to see this more in people who take supplements such as protein shakes etc.
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Dr. Victor Bonuel answered:

Presence of amorphous urates in urine. what does it mean?

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sir i test the urine r/e .and result is AMORPHOUS URATE CRYSTALS +++.?

Kidney Stone Risk

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This occurs when level of uric acid is elevated in blood causing increased excretion in the urine. The biggest risk is of kidney stones. Treatment includes reduction of uric acid level with drugs such as allopurinol, increased water intake, and low purine diet.
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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered:

My urine test shows amorphous in my urine sample.what are its effect on my body.Is it a serious issue.

Means nothing

Urine
Amorphous urates in the urine, or amorphous phosphates in the urine, mean nothing. These are things that are soluble at body temperature but precipitate out on cooling. Thanks for the opportunity to clear this up.
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Dr. Michael E. Ein answered:

My UA says I have Many Amorphous Material, AB. Clarity is Hazy, and Color is Light-Yellow. Everything else is normal. What does this mean?

Not significant

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Amorphous material in the urine is not significant. It can make the urine hazy. Don't worry about it.
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Dr. Martin Raff answered:

In my last urinalyses, they found "OCC CALCIUM OXALATE". In the one before, they found "2+ AMORPHOUS". What does this mean and should I be concerned?

Not necessarily

Calcium
Calcium oxalate crystals in urine are quite common and although they are often the substance of kidney stones this does not necessarily occur. Amorphous material probably has little if any significance. Relax. Enjoy life.
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