urinary smear

u·ri·nar·y smear

a group of cytologic specimens containing processed urine obtained from bladder, ureters, or renal pelvis; used for cytologic study of cancer and other diseases of the urinary tract.
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In the only report describing the cytologic appearance of mtillerianosis of the urinary bladder, only endometrial-type glands could be recognized in the urinary smear. They appeared as cohesive, 3-dimensional aggregates of glandular cells with scant cytoplasm and slightly irregular nuclei with vesicular, fine chromatin, and visible small nucleoli.
Briefly, the podocyte count was assessed by counting in urinary smears the number of cells in 10 microscopy fields of x20.