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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Calculi in the urinary tract may cause haematuria and increased pus cells by mucosal erosion or inflammation.
The severity of symptoms is increased at this stage with severe haematuria and proteinuria in almost all patients, nephrotic syndrome, hypertension, and reduced GFR (Hanrotel-Saliou, et al.
showed urinary frequency and urgency in 68% of cases, dysuria in 70% of patients, haematuria in 53.
28] stressed the importance of investigating the ibuprofen analgesic abuse for nephrogenic adenoma if nonvisible haematuria and/or irritating lower urinary tract symptoms are present.
Case 2: A 72 year old female presented with haematuria and dysuria.
Cysts, kidney tumours, bladder tumours, stones, and inflammation of the filtering units of the kidney (glomerulonephritis) may cause haematuria.
1 Glomerular diseases present in variable manners ranging from asymptoma- tic proteinuria and haematuria acute nephritis acute renal failure nephrotic or nephritic syndrome rapidly progressive nephritis which ultimately progresses to chronic renal failure.
However, in DHF cases petechiae common were in 14 patients followed by haematuria in.
Clinical examination revealed mild splenomegaly and macroscopic haematuria with laboratory findings, severe anaemia (Hb = 7.
4) The key reliable diagnostic signs are the presence of dysuria, especially when accompanied by frequency and urgency, or haematuria, and in the absence of vaginal symptoms.
A 51-year-old man presented to the surgical department with bleeding from an ulcerated umbilical mass, associated with lower abdominal discomfort and painless haematuria.