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A culture that shows 1,000-10,000 cfu/ml with mixed urogenital flora is less likely to be UTI...
A culture report that shows a cfu/ml count of more than 100,000 with a single isolate would have been a more definite evidence of UTI
Your report is indefinite in the sense that both the cell count is less as well as no single organism is isolated, raising the suspicion of contamination of the urine sample...
Since you do not have urinary symptoms I think that your diagnosis should be reviewed and another urine culture be sent to be sure of the diagnosis
Finally UTI is a broad term that encompases Pyelonephritis(infection of the kidneys), Cystitis(infection of the bladder) etc
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