Urinalysis & Diagnosis

The urinalysis is a set of screening tests that can identify some common diseases. It may be used to screen for and/or help analyse conditions such as a urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, liver problems, diabetes or other metabolic conditions etc. A urinalysis is consist of several chemical, microscopic and visual examinations used to identify cells, cell fragments and elements such as crystals or casts in the urine allied with the numerous circumstances listed above. It can identify abnormalities that might need follow-up investigation and supplementary testing. Often, elements such as protein or glucose will originate to appear in the urine formerly, people are alert that they may have a problem. In people detected with acute or chronic disorders, such as kidney disease or diabetes, the urinalysis may be used in aggregation with other tests, such as urine albumin, to monitor treatment.

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