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What Is The Result Of Cbc Wbc Count In Urinary Tract Infection
What causes normal WBC in confirmed presence of infection? would localized infection NOT raise wbc?
Usually does not: Most infections do not change the white count out of the reference range. This is a "pop" idea that generates much confusion. ...Read more
Share on twitter bookmark & share printer-friendly version a complete blood count (CBC) test measures the following: •the number of red blood cells (rbc count) •the number of white blood cells (wbc count) •the total amount of hemoglobin in the blood •the fraction of the blood composed of ...Read more
My urine analysis:WBC 44/ul,RBC 5/ul, leukocytes +1,Mucus&Epithelia&Bacteria all are "Few" is that indicate the presence of infection or kidney stone?
Can nonoxynol-9 result in vaginal inflammation and higher white blood cell count in vaginal discharge? Or is WBC count only related to infection?
Several things: The kidneys serve as a sieve and metabolic control system. If the kidneys are damaged, it is possible that proteins, casts, and blood cell components will be seen in the urine. This may be part of an infection or a more serious kidney damage. Further evaluation is recommended for this combination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ideas for neutrophil count of 1100 and lymphocyte count of 2000 with a total WBC of 3400 in the absence of viral infections? All other CBC normal
See your physician: You should see your physician and discuss this and other tests they may have also run. May only have to watch. ...Read more
I have a neutrophil count of 8.64 (76.7%). I have the symptoms of a urinary tract infection, but there's no bacteria in my urine. What does this mean?
Abacterial cystitis: Can have many causes such as viral cystitis, interstitial cystitis, bladder stone or in fact symptoms can be caused by problems outside bladder like sti, vaginosis, yeast infection or inflamed bowel or appendix touching bladder. Sometimes urine culture produces a false negative if an antiseptic was used to clean off before getting specimen, which killed bacteria. See urologist if symptoms persist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why 5 RBC (in blood test) can count in "normal range"?
What can be the source of having RBC in urine if no infection diagnose?
It is a "range": 5 is the cutoff number to consider a work up. Blood in the urine, or hematuria, is abnormal and can have multiple causes, from infections to stones to trauma and even cancer. There are people who slipp blood in their urine and a source annotate immediately found so an annual check up is warranted. ...Read more
Will the lympocyte count always be lower when the neutrophils count are up indicating a bacterial infection?
Life is not exact: No, usually but not always. The saying "never say never" is similar to "never say always". Life is not exact, so things in real life are not "always" and not "never". That's just the way our world is. One can only realistically estimate about likelihood, such as describing it as: almost never, very unlikely, not likely, maybe not, maybe, likely, very likely, or almost always. ...Read more
What is the significance of raising band neutrophils and normal lymphocyte in CSF in case of "streptococcus pneumoniae " meningitis ?
Meningitis: In bacterial meningitis the numbers of wbcs in the CSF is elevated and usually consists of cells in the neutrophilic series. Many labs indicate that up to 5 wbc/ml is normal, but my practice is to consider any neutrophils to be abnormal, but this must be evaluated in the context of the clinical presentation. With strep pneumoniae the protein is likely to be high and the glucose significantly low. ...Read more
What can be the cause of haematuria, polyurea and in urine microscopy pus cells(10 in number) epithelial cells, leucocytes?
Could be infection: Sounds like it could be a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) But there are other possibilities. UTI's often show blood cells in the urine (hematuria) & leukocytes (white blood cells=pus=pyuria) are also present. However epithelial cells (skin cells) in a urine specimen can indicate that the urine specimen was not properly collected & has some cells from outside the urinary tract, too. Ask your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a urine test that is called uwbc is in the 6-10 range is that indicative of a urinary tract infection?
Urinalysis: Generally, we accept no more than 2 white cells in the macroscopic exam. More cells than that are abnormal and often reflect a urinary tract infection. I would definitely repeat the test (it is inexpensive) to make sure it was a "clean" catch, but if it is still abnormal, your provider will want to send a sample for culture to determine the proper antibiotic treatment. ...Read more
Unlikely: I'm not sure what "pervasive" chlamydia would look like clinically. There's a chlamydia that causes a nasty airway infection / pneumonia, and they can give a woman a vicious pelvic infection. The diagnosis is going to be made using 21-century technology applied to a specimen taken from a site chosen by history, physical or imaging. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
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