BJ 1 (2) Urine Examination; Male leukocyte sediment (P) 3 (2); Male erythrocyte sediment (P) 1 (2); Number of patches (2); Visus VOD 6/9 VOS 6/9 (2);
Do you do a medical check up (MCU)? Since you didn't mention it completely, I assume you underwent an MCU and the data you presented were the results of urine, dental and eye examinations. If that is not what is intended, please make the question again with a more complete description.
For urine examination, the BJ is specific gravity, normally 1.015-1.025. The erythrocyte sediment is normally 0-4 cells. The erythrocyte sediment is normally 0-2 cells. This normal value can vary slightly in each laboratory.
For dental examinations, you will find fillings on your teeth.
For eye examination, vision is sharp vision. Normal vision is 6/6. Visus 6/9 means you can see an object clearly within 6 meters, while normal people can see the same object with a distance of 9 meters. Any decrease in visual acuity can be corrected by wearing glasses or contact lenses.
It is important to remember that the results of the lab examination cannot stand alone and must be combined with the interview and the results of the physical examination. From the information you have conveyed, no conclusions can be drawn about your disease. If you experience complaints, I suggest that you bring the MCU results to the doctor directly so that further examinations can be carried out and you can draw a conclusion on your body condition.
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dr. Devika Y