What happens if the range of pus cells is 10-15?
This means you have urine infection
Last updated on 20 Jul 2023
No, it indicates an active urine infection.
UTIs are the most common cause of pyuria, a condition in which pus cells are formed.
It means that you have presence of blood in your urine sample.
UTIs can be found by analyzing a urine sample. The urine is examined under a microscope for bacteria or white blood cells, which are signs of infection.
Urine Routine, Urine R/M, Urine Examination
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