It can be associated with a wide variety of conditions, including:
- urinary tract infection
- kidney disorders such as acute interstitial nephritis
- Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis
- atheroembolic acute kidney injury
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Eosinophiluria (>5% of urine leukocytes ) is a common finding (~90%) in antibiotic induced allergic nephritis, however lymphocytes predominate in allergic interstitial nephritis induced by NSAIDs. eosinophiluria is a feature of atheroembolic ARF. In PAN,microscopic polyangitis, eosinophiluria is rare.