urinary casts


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u·ri·nar·y casts

casts discharged in the urine.

urinary casts

Etymology: Gk, ouron, urine; ONorse, kasta
cells or particles excreted in the urine having the shape of renal-collecting tubule cells.
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4 [square box] Urinary casts Heme granular or red blood cell casts.
5] exposure levels and SLEDAI-2K total score, anti-dsDNA antibodies, and urinary casts, we used random intercept models for repeated-measures (longitudinal) data to account for correlations among repeated measures within individuals.
And-dsDNA and urinary casts were significantly associated with [PM.
Refrigeration suppresses multiplication of bacteria, preserves urinary casts, and slows any shifts in urinary pH and osmolality.
Urinary casts were observed at X10 [low-power field (LPF)].
The detection of urinary casts by the OF-100 is less definitive than is the detection of RBCs and WBCs.
Urinalysis (dipstick and microscopic examination) presents the best opportunity for early identification of LN as a dipstick is likely to show the presence of blood and protein in the urine and urine microscopy enables identification of various urinary casts (red cells, granular, hyaline).
Urine sediment analysis can detect kidney and urinary tract diseases by analyzing blood cells, bacteria, urinary casts, etc.
Of the nine patients that received forodesine treatment for 12 or more months, the most frequent adverse events were nausea (44 percent), fatigue (22 percent), peripheral edema (22 percent), dyspnea (22 percent) and urinary casts (22 percent).