What is urinalysis reflex?

Answer Urinalysis reflex, or urinalysis with reflex, is follow-up testing to further explore abnormal results found in a routine dipstick test. It involves culturing the urine to determine with greater sp... Read More »

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What is the importance of urinalysis?

Urinalysis can reveal diseases before any outward symptoms develop, determine whether subjects have drugs or alcohol in their bodies, or help doctors monitor known medical conditions.ProcedureA uri... Read More »

What does sp-gr mean in a urinalysis?

Sp-gr in a urinalysis refers to "specific gravity," a test that measures the amount of particles (often referred to as concentration) in a person's urine. Sp-gr tests will also measure how well tha... Read More »

What Causes Epithelial Cells in a Urinalysis?

Epithelial cells are protective or enclosing cells that line the interiors of hollow organs and glands, as well as the outer surface of the body. The presence of epithelials in a urinalysis has sev... Read More »

What is the result of my two-year old son's urinalysis?

Looks like he is ok; just have him drink more juice or water. Looks like a routine urinalysis nothing notable...