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Clinical Laboratory Test:
urine — red urine

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The clinical test for red urine is a test for the presence of blood in the urine. It is usually done by collecting a urine sample from the patient and then testing it for the presence of red blood cells. The sample can be collected in a clean container or directly from the patient's bladder using a catheter. The sample is then examined under a microscope to look for the presence of red blood cells. If the sample contains red blood cells, then the test is positive for the presence of blood in the urine.

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Other Sample Sources for This Test
Some Diseases Associated with an Abnormal Red Urine
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All of the following must be considered when interpreting clinical findings and are too extensive to be covered on this site: