hematuria

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hematuria

[‚he·mə′tu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A pathological condition in which the urine contains blood.
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Identification of patients with microscopic hematuria who are at greater risk for the presence of bladder tumors using a dedicated questionnaire and point of care urine test--a study by the members of association of urooncology, Turkey.
The clinical significance of asymptomatic gross and microscopic hematuria in children.
Therefore, every patient who has microscopic hematuria should get a full work-up, with the hematuria considered to be serious until proven otherwise.
Microscopic hematuria was noted in the periodic health examinations for about 2 years, but the patient ignored it.
The effect of age on the prevalence of asymptomatic microscopic hematuria.
IgA nephropathy most often manifests as macroscopic hematuria following an upper respiratory infection or as intermittent microscopic hematuria.
At the initial presentation, patients have steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome, hypertension, and, rarely, microscopic hematuria, which is followed by the gradual deterioration of renal function and progression to renal failure.
A 31-year-old man presented with an incidental finding of microscopic hematuria during a routine check-up.
Microscopic hematuria was present in five patients, and gross hematuria was present in four patients.
He was found to have lymphocytic vasculitis through the papillary and middermis, as well as microscopic hematuria, protein-uria, and a raised serum C-reactive protein concentration (BMJ 328[7430]:25, 2004).
Performing cystoscopy in a patient presenting with unexplained microscopic hematuria, for example, would allow visualization of cancer, foreign bodies, inflammation, interstitial cystitis, or traumatic injury, all of which could be the culprit, said Dr.
For example, dipstick urinalysis for hematuria after blunt trauma was considered imprecise when microscopic hematuria was used as the gold standard (8).

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