– Calcium oxalate: moderate
– Hyaline casts: 0 – 2/lpf
– Mucus: present
– White blood cells: 0 – 2/hpf
– Yeast: few
Epithelial Cell Cast in Urine Sediment
RBC and WBC in Urine Sediment
– The upper arrow shows white blood cell
– The lower arrow shows red blood cell
Tyrosine crystals are abnormal in urine
Appearance: colorless to yellow-brown single needles. Also seen as sheaves or rosettes.
Tyrosine crystals may be seen in tyrosinemia and ...
Bilirubin crystals are abnormal crystals in urine.
Appearance: Yellow-brown needles or granules. They are frequently attached to the surface of cells.
Bilirubin crystals are seen ...
There are white blood cells, bacteria and mucus present.The number of white blood cells could suggest the presence of a urinary tract infection.
If the white blood cells were not present,the ...
These are cystine crystals.
they are soluble in ammonia
they are soluble in alkaline pH
The cells shown in this field are red blood cells, white blood cells, and yeast