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Capillarid ova are present. Morphology is compatible with Pearsonema

(syn Capillaria) plica, which is a urinary tract parasite, but

definitive identification is not possible with routine urinalysis. If

fecal contamination is ruled out based on the method of sample

collection and if definitive identification is desired, consider

requesting test code 511 (Parasite Identification).

Anyone ever hear of this, had this and if so, how it it treated?

Was noted on my Surprises Lab Report

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Kathy and Q (CRT Qadeer from Fuzzy's Cannon and CRT Bonnie) and
Jane (WW's Aunt Jane from Trent Lee and Aunt M); photos to come.

Missing Silver (5.19.2005-10.27.2016), Tigger (4.5.2007-3.18.2016),
darling Sam (5.10.2000-8.8.2013), Jacey-Kasey (5.19.2003-8.22.2011), and Oreo (1997-3.30.2006)

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