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Both urine dipstick and urine microscopy are reasonable first line tests for patients who have signs of a urinary tract infection. For healthy females with uncomplicated cystitis no further testing is required. For other patients, clinicians should consider ordering a urine culture. For most patients with asymptomatic bacteriuria, the risk of using antibiotics outweighs any benefit.