My son is 6 years he went to the doctor for urine problems they done a urine test and his labs are as followed;
GLUCOSE, UA Negative mg/dL
KETONES, UA 80 (2+) mg/dL
SPECIFIC GRAVITY, UA 1.025
UA HGB 0.03 (1+) mg/dL
PH, UA 5.0
PROTEIN, UA 30 (1+) mg/dL
NITRITE, UA Negative
LEUKOCYTE ESTERASE, UA Negative
UROBILINOGEN, UA, QL Negative mg/dL
BILIRUBIN, UA Negative mg/dL
my Question is are these normal lab results? I am waiting for his PC to contact me.
I read your question and i understand your concern. Nothing seems to be worrisome in urine report. Needs complete clinical correlation for further management.
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