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What does it mean if there are suspicious cells in a urine cytology?

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Dr. Seth Cook
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In brief: It is not specific.

It may indicate a malignancy in the urinary tract however these changes can also be observed with infections and inflammatory reactions.
Please follow up with the doctor that ordered the urine cytology.

In brief: It is not specific.

It may indicate a malignancy in the urinary tract however these changes can also be observed with infections and inflammatory reactions.
Please follow up with the doctor that ordered the urine cytology.
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