Pus cells refer to term given to the accumulation of dead white blood cells (WBCs) at the site of infection. When these pus cells are present in the human urine, the condition is known as Pyuria. It is normal for some pus cells to be present in the urine sample, however, an elevated number of pus cells in the urine sample are an indication of some underlying injection. In this article, let us discuss pus cells in detail including what pus cells are, why they are present in urine, what are the symptoms of presence of pus cells in urine, pus cell in urine normal range and whether or not it is normal to detect the presence of pus cells in urine.
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