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Clinical Laboratory Test:
urine — monocytes

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The clinical test for monocytes acquired from a patient's urine is a urine sediment analysis. This test is used to detect the presence of monocytes in the urine. The method for obtaining the sample involves collecting a urine sample from the patient and then centrifuging the sample to separate the cells from the urine. The cells are then stained with a special dye and examined under a microscope to identify the presence of monocytes. The number of monocytes present in the sample can then be counted and the results can be used to diagnose certain conditions.

Other Sample Sources for This Test
Some Diseases Associated with an Abnormal Monocytes
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