99909-4Atypical crystals [Presence] in Urine sediment by Computer assisted methodActive
LP430745-2 Atypical crystals
The 4 most frequent crystal subcategory: Calcium oxalate monohydrate, calcium oxalate dihydrate, triple phosphate, uric acid.
Atypical crystals are results of manual supervision of the results, where the professional operator decides that the crystals found in the urine cannot be subcategorized because they are not belonging to any known urine crystals. For example, several drugs can occasionally cause transient crystalluria. Source: 77 Elktronika Ltd.
- Atypical crystals
- Urine sed
- Computer assisted
- Short Name
- Atyp crystals UrnS Ql Comp Assist
- Display Name
- Atypical crystals Computer assisted Ql (Urine sed)
- Consumer Name Alpha
- Atypical crystals, Urine sediment
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