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Proteus mirabilis in urine is a sign of a urinary tract infection that can occur in patients who are catheterized for long periods, have structural or functional abnormalities, or are elderly, according to Infection and ... More »

Proteus mirabilis is a type of bacterium found in soil, water and the human urinary tract. It is known to cause urinary tract infection as well as kidney stones in humans. More »

Some medications that contain sulfur are Bactrim, Gantrisin, and Septra, in its sulfamethoxazole form, according to Drugs.com and RxList. These medications are called sulfonamides and help fight bacteria. Anturane, also ... More »

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Proteus mirabilis is a type of bacterium found in soil, water and the human urinary tract. It is known to cause urinary tract infection as well as kidney stones in humans. More »

The purpose of a leukocyte esterase urine test is to screen for a substance that suggests the presence of white blood cells, which may indicate a urinary tract infection, according to MedlinePlus and WebMD. The test is p... More »

Leukocyte esterase is tested in a urine sample when a medical professional suspects that the patient has a urinary tract infection, according to WebMD. Leukocytes are white bloods cells, which are not normally present in... More »

A temporary swelling of the urethra that obstructs the passage of urine and a mild urinary tract infection are possible side effects of a cystoscopy test, according to WebMD. Bleeding may occur, but it often resolves on ... More »