To look for Eosinophils in Urine, Investigation of possible acute interstitial nephritis. Eosinophils are white blood cells that normally do not appear in urine. The presence of eosinophils in the urine is seen in acute interstitial nephritis, which is caused by an allergic reaction, typically to drugs. Results of greater than 5% eosinophils are indicative of acute interstitial nephritis; results between 1% and 5% eosinophils are indeterminant.
First morning urine sample preferred.
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