When there are squamous epithelial cells in your urine, it means your sample has been contaminated. This can happen when you don't clean the area around.
Causes of Epithelial Cells in Urine
Squamous epithelial cells line the distal third of the urethra, the vagina, and the prepuce and are usually not considered significant. It is useful to note.
Your doctor will evaluate the source of the problem by evaluating the type of epithelial cells that are present. For example, the presence of renal tubular. Non-keratinized squamous epithelial cells originate from the distal urethra, prepuce and/or vagina and extend from the bladder trigone (Batamuzi and Christensen.
Squamous epithelial cells line the urethra in females and the distal portion of the urethra in males. Large numbers of squamous epithelial cells in the urine of. In a voided urine sample, squamous epithelial cells may be seen. They are large, oval to cuboidal in shape, and may or may not contain a nucleus. Squamous epithelial cells: These are the largest types of epithelial cells and are easily found in the urine. These cells are usually found in the vagina.