99891-4Microorganism casts [Presence] in Urine sediment by Computer assisted methodActive
LP430749-4 Microorganism casts
Microorganism cast can contain either bacteria or yeast. Bacterial casts are observed in patients with infection of kidney. Fungal casts have been found in the urine of patients with visceral candidiasis. Source: 77 Elktronika Ltd.
- Microorganism casts
- Urine sed
- Computer assisted
- Short Name
- Microorg casts UrnS Ql Comp Assist
- Display Name
- Microorganism casts Computer assisted Ql (Urine sed)
- Consumer Name Alpha
- Microorganism casts, Urine sediment
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