Year 2019, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 40 - 50 2019-04-30

The role of organic urine sediment analysis in the monitoring of renal diseases

Muhamed Katica [1] , Nasreldin Hassan Ahmed [2] , Alen Salkić [3] , Adis Mukača [4] , Ajdin Bašić [5] , Emina Dervišević [6]

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Cytological analysis of urine sediment is an integral part of urine analysis and a useful, cost-effective diagnostic tool for all routine clinical examinations, which can sometimes be overlooked in veterinary practice. Proper handling and timely urine sample analysis are essential for valid microscopic analysis. Microscopic urinary sediment testing is usually carried out with stained or unstained specimen. A common urine may contain a small number of cells (erythrocytes and leukocytes, epithelial cells) of several crystals, spermatozoids (male animals). In contrast, a large number of cells or casts, the presence of unusual types of crystals, neoplastic cells, parasites, and microorganisms include abnormal findings, requiring a specialized diagnostic approach. Correct identification of organic components of the urinary sediment are crucial for accurate and timely diagnosis of kidney disorders. Laboratory experts should be trained to properly identify and classify organic components of the urinary tract.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Veterinary
Journal Section Reviews
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-8184-0065
Author: Muhamed Katica (Primary Author)
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Orcid: 0000-0002-7219-5324
Author: Nasreldin Hassan Ahmed
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Orcid: 0000-0002-4530-1531
Author: Alen Salkić
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Orcid: 0000-0028-8719-9364
Author: Adis Mukača
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Orcid: 0000-0001-5848-1255
Author: Ajdin Bašić
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Orcid: 0000-0001-8429-0508
Author: Emina Dervišević
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


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APA Katica, M , Hassan Ahmed, N , Salkić, A , Mukača, A , Bašić, A , Dervišević, E . (2019). The role of organic urine sediment analysis in the monitoring of renal diseases. Journal of Advances in VetBio Science and Techniques, 4 (1), 40-50. DOI: 10.31797/vetbio.524209
MLA Katica, M , Hassan Ahmed, N , Salkić, A , Mukača, A , Bašić, A , Dervišević, E . "The role of organic urine sediment analysis in the monitoring of renal diseases". Journal of Advances in VetBio Science and Techniques 4 (2019): 40-50 <http://dergipark.org.tr/vetbio/issue/44752/524209>
Chicago Katica, M , Hassan Ahmed, N , Salkić, A , Mukača, A , Bašić, A , Dervišević, E . "The role of organic urine sediment analysis in the monitoring of renal diseases". Journal of Advances in VetBio Science and Techniques 4 (2019): 40-50
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ISNAD Katica, Muhamed , Hassan Ahmed, Nasreldin , Salkić, Alen , Mukača, Adis , Bašić, Ajdin , Dervišević, Emina . "The role of organic urine sediment analysis in the monitoring of renal diseases". Journal of Advances in VetBio Science and Techniques 4 / 1 (April 2019): 40-50. https://doi.org/10.31797/vetbio.524209