What Causes Urine Infection

    urine infection
  • A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that affects any part of the urinary tract. The main etiologic agent is Escherichia coli. Although urine contains a variety of fluids, salts, and waste products, it does not usually have bacteria in it.
what causes urine infection THIS JUST IN!
THIS JUST IN!
Dramatic TOP STORIES back home in NH. rest of article: STRATHAM — Gingerbread the cat is worm free for now, but the cause of his illness remains a mystery. "We are not really sure what the situation is with him," Sheila Ryan, development and marketing director for the New Hampshire SPCA, said. "It is a bit of an anomaly as well as a bit of a mystery." It was suspected the 7-year-old feline had been invaded by a rare parasitic infection called a giant kidney worm when ova, or worm eggs, showed up in his urine. He was taken to Angell Medical Center in Boston for further evaluation and possible surgery last week. Ryan said the hospital ran a bunch of tests, including blood work and an ultrasound, which did not detect the worm in his kidney.
pyuria
pyuria
Canine urine sediment, ectopic ureter
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