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Urinalysis: A urinalysis is a routine examination of a urine sample, including its color, turbidity, odor, acidity, and the presence of proteins, sugars, or blood cells; urinalysis may include a culture if indicated by the urinalysis.
Other broader types of medical diagnostic tests related to Urinalysis include:
Other names for Urinalysis include:
These symptoms may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Urinalysis:
These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Urinalysis:
A test of a urine sample that can reveal many problems of the urinary system and other body systems. The sample may be observed for color, cloudiness, and concentration; signs of drug use; chemical composition, including sugar; the presence of protein, blood cells, or germs; or other signs of disease. (Source: excerpt from Kidney Failure Glossary: NIDDK)
Urinalysis is a test that studies the content of urine for abnormal substances such as protein or signs of infection. This test involves urinating into a special container and leaving the sample to be studied. (Source: excerpt from Your Urinary System and How It Works: NIDDK)
Urinalysis: A test that determines the content of the urine.
Source: National Institute of Health
Urinalysis : physical, chemical or microscopic analysis or examination of urine.
Urinalysis: An examination of urine using chemical and/or physical means.
Disease or Condition count: 12; see list of conditions below. These are the diseases or medical conditions in which the medical test 'Urinalysis' may be involved.
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