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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In this case, ruling out pyelonephritis and managing urinary retention took precedence, even though it was equally important to identify the source of gross hematuria and rule out an underlying malignancy.
Microscopic hematuria, fall in hemoglobin levels, gross hematuria, hypotension, transfusion, nephrectomy and death were the possible side effects associated with the procedure.
5%) patients with initial gross hematuria had clear urine by hospital day 10.
Gross hematuria and urinary obstruction were the chief complaints in all cases.
However, her father reported that since 2012, he had experienced gross hematuria that had been evaluated by standard urologic investigations but not by cystoscopy; no etiology was determined.
Loo and his associates concluded that microscopic hematuria is an unreliable indicator of urothelial malignancy, They further concluded that the risk of identifying a urinary tract cancer in anyone younger than 50 years without a history of gross hematuria is close to zero.
She reported that she had a similar episode of gross hematuria in 1992.
Frequency and etiology of gross hematuria in a general pediatric setting.
Gross hematuria may be a manifestation of sickle cell anemia.
Clinical spectrum of gross hematuria in pediatric patients.
HC was graded according to the following criteria: grade I, microscopic hematuria; grade II, macroscopic hematuria without clots; grade III, macroscopic hematuria with clots; and grade IV, gross hematuria and clinical complications secondary to urinary outflow obstruction.