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Sperm analysis: volume=5ml, total sperm count=66million, active=55%, sluggish=20%, non motil=25%, pus cells=many, epithilial cells=8---10 is this normal?
Psmear result, pus cell 6-8, epithelial cell ++, gram +vecocci++@+vebacili+, gram-vecocci, -vebacili nil, fungal hype@trichomonas nil, do ihve to wory?
No worry : The primary purpose of pap smear is to detect cancer or pre-cancerous changes of the cervix. Nothing in your report suggests that. Gram positive and gram negative bacteria along with some fungus, epithelial cells, and leukocytes are all normal inhabitants of the vaginal flora. The presence of trichomonas (std) or hpv (std linked to cancer of cervix) would be abnormalities requiring treatment. ...Read more
Yes and no.: Yeast is found everywhere. It may be transmitted from surface to surface by contact and, yes, by kissing. But yeast does not cause disease in normal hosts. Vaginal yeast infections occur because of altered vaginal environment. Although a clear precipitant is not always identified contributing factors include high blood glucose, high estrogen levels, recent antibiotic use, wearing of diapers. ...Read more
Surface Culture: A sterile cotton swab is carefully inserted into the nasal cavity to sample the surface mucosal lining of the nose and inserted into a sterile gel containing container. The kit is sent to a microbiology lab where the gel is then biologically processed to allow for bacterial growth. If microorganisms grow, they are identified under the microscope to diagnose staphylococcus aureus or rule it out. ...Read more
Options: Close attention to nutrition, caloric intake, weight gain, possible vitamin supplementation is also advised. Supplemental oxygen, diuretics and avoiding infections such as RSV. It is advisable to check with you pediatrician regarding the use of a monoclonal antibody against RSV, a type of viral infection which can result in hospitalization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In CSF Volume=2.5mL
Is it GBS ?
Wound culture: few Staphylococcus species, bacterial morphotypes, few Diphtheroids. What is it mean ?
May not mean much: Wound culture is done to see which organism is causing the infection. It is at times tricky as if not taken appropriately, it may show false results. Like it may show the bacteria that were present on the skin but not actually the cause for the infection. Staphylococcus is the common skin bacteria but needs to be treated if your doctors thinks that it may be the offending agent. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
CULT FUNGI Result
1 Colony Sterile mold, does not produce conidia necessary for identification.
1 Colony Yeast not Cryptococcus neoformans.Explain ?
Petri dish jargon: This is the microbiologist's report on two single colonies of different fungi. One is a yeast form and one is a mould. Neither can be identified as to what 'species' it is, but it doesn't matter since these are what we call 'contaminants'. I suspect this was a 'sputum' sample? This occurs quite commonly in those specimens. If you're not feeling well, good to see the doc who ordered the test. ...Read more
What is the treatment of entameba histolytica in asymtomatic infant 8 monthes. In egypt entameba is endemic?
Not common: Good that it is not common in humans in the U.S. It has showed up in hawaii and louisiana. Some of the things it can lead to are serious. ...Read more
Hpylori's infectious by direct contactw/saliva,vomit,fecal.Its DNA is in blood&urine,but nobody states if it is infectious thru those 2 routes.Is it?
Color yellow,consistency mushy,starch granules moderate,ova or parasite no ova or parasite seen,fat globules few,rbc 0-2hpf,pus cell 3-5,bac moderate?
Jeopardy: What is a microscopic description of a stool sample? ...Read more