Pyuria?

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Pyuria is a condition where too much pus or too many white blood cells are found in the urine, and there are many causes, such as bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, use of certain medications, or mechanical problems like kidney stones or trauma. Some of its signs are cloudy urine, discomfort while urinating and fever.
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Pyuria is a condition that refers to the presence of pus in the urine. It refers to the presence of so many white blood cells in the urine, indicating a urinary tract infection. It can be found in septic patients or in older patients with pneumonia.
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