Human yeast is a fungus that is parasitic in the human body, also known as human brewer. Round or oval, 5-15μm in diameter, varying in size. It contains a large, transparent circular body called a vacuole. The small vacuole of this bacteria is small and dispersed in the cytoplasm. When mature, the vacuole polymerizes into a large sphere, which accounts for most of the cells. In the narrow cytoplasmic zone around the bubble, there are several small reflective spots. This bacterium is generally not clinically significant. A small amount can cause mild diarrhea.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: Digestive examination classification: feces / parasitic examination

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: not fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
A small amount exists as normal and has no clinical significance.

Positive:
A small amount can cause mild diarrhea.

Tips: To avoid interference with the test results, do not use cotton swabs to dig. Normal value

About 45% of normal people bring this bacteria.

Clinical significance

Abnormal results:

The broth was found in the inspection.

Need to check the crowd:

Long-term abdominal pain, diarrhea patients.

Positive results may be diseases: precautions for intestinal flora disorders

Requirements for inspection:

1. Please avoid digging the part of the toilet urine and tap water when collecting; do not place the feces directly on toilet paper or paper towel.

2. Do not collect too much stool to avoid having enough specimens for inspection.

3. To avoid interference with the test results, do not use cotton swabs to dig.

Inspection process

For stool microscopy, a smear is required and the target cells are found under the microscope.

Not suitable for the crowd

This test is a non-invasive test, so there is no contraindication.

Adverse reactions and risks

This test is a non-invasive test and the test itself does not present complications and hazards.