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The most accurate testing for Urinary Tract Infection is microscopy.


The unspun urine must be examined immediately (within 2 hours).


The white blood cells and urothelial cells being excreted in the urine are counted to look for an inflammatory response and markers of infection.

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Issues with current testing

Dipstick tests and MSUs are the standard tests that both GPs and specialists use to diagnose UTIs.
These guidelines have not been reviewed in over 70 years.

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