015, pH of 6, 2+ protein, 2+ blood, 4 red blood cells per high-power field, 50 to 100 white blood cells per high-power field, and positive dipstick for leukocyte esterase and nitrite.
What does HPF stand for?
HPF stands for High-Power Field (laboratory data)
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We have 145 other meanings of HPF in our Acronym Attic
- Health Policy Forum (various organizations)
- Health Products and Food (Canada)
- Heartland Presidential Forum (Iowa)
- Hemingway Preservation Foundation
- Heterogeneous Packet Flow
- High Pass Filter (electronics)
- High Performance FORTRAN
- High Plains Fencing
- High Power Field (microscopy)
- High Pressure Feeder
- High-Pressure Freezing (cryofixation)
- Highest Possible Frequency
- Highest Priority First
- Historic Preservation Foundation (various locations)
- Home Parenteral Feeding
- Homeownership Preservation Foundation (Minneapolis, MN)
- Homologous Protein Family
- Horizon Patient Folder
- Horizontal Processing Facility (US NASA)
- Horsepower Factor
Samples in periodicals archive:
For the purpose of this preliminary work, which was described as a real-world study that took all comers, the phenotype was defined as more than 10 eosinophils per high-power field.
On histologic examination of the surgical sinus tissue specimen from the CL patients, the mean number of eosinophils per high-power field was 5.
There were more than 2 mitoses per high-power field.
5 (1-33) Leukocyte count in urine per high-power field Mean (SD) 10.
A recent review found mitotic counts reported in 31 cases, with a median of 3 per 10 high-power fields and a range from 0 to 50 per 10 high-power fields.
Gram stains were considered positive if they demonstrated more than 10 white blood cells per high-power field or if clue cells, Gram-negative intracellular/extracellular diplococci, or T.
Urinary sediment contained 2 to 3 white blood cells per high-power field and 4 to 5 red blood cells per high-power field, with sparse hemoglobin and granular casts.