Urine Routine Examination Test126+ booked in last 3 days
A routine urine examination is a regular test that the doctor may order for you. It helps diagnose certain diseases and is almost always ordered when you present yourself with a fever.
Frequently Asked Questions
A routine urine examination can give information about several conditions such as Hematuria; associated with Kidney Stones, Pyuria; associated with urinary infections or Eosinophilia; associated with nephritis and other diseases. Presence of Red Blood Cells, White Blood Cells or Pus cells can give details on a variety of diseases. Your doctor will be able to guide you based on symptoms presented.
Your doctor may recommend this test for you if he thinks that you have a urinal tract infectior or kidney disease. The symptoms include:
- Abdominal pain
- Back pain
- Frequent painful urination
The kidneys are vital organs in the body and do the function of blood purification by clearing wastes and eliminating it from the body in form of urine. The urine contains many different types of wastes produced by the body and several abnormalities can be analysed by examining urine. What we eat, what we drink, and level of physical activity can affect how kidneys function and what is excreted in the urine.
A Routine Urine Examination includes 3 types of Analysis
- Physical Examination which records the Quantity, Colour, Deposit, Appearance, pH and Specific Gravity
- Chemical Examination records the presence of Proteins, Sugar, Ketone, Occult Blood, Bile Pigment, Bile Salts, Urobilinogen
- Microscopic Examination records the presence of Red Blood Cells, Pus Cells, Epithelial Cells, Crystals, Microbes etc.
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