Fast Five Quiz: Urine Discoloration

Bradley Schwartz, DO


October 22, 2021

Normal urine color ranges from light yellow to golden. This normal variance generally fluctuates on the basis of urine output per hydration and fluid intake in the absence of diuretics. However, certain conditions, medications, and foods can cause discoloration.

Patients often worry about discolored urine, and certain changes are of significant medical concern. Are you familiar with common causes of abnormally colored urine, as well as potential health implications? Test yourself with this short quiz.


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