asymptomatic hematuria

asymptomatic hematuria

Nephrology Hematuria not associated with pain or other Sx. See Hematuria.
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Asymptomatic hematuria (blood in the urine) and papillary necrosis are also associated with renal disease.
Most cases occur in male urinary tract as a recognized cause of asymptomatic hematuria which are found most commonly in the prostatic urethra near the verumontanum.
Asymptomatic hematuria proteinuria and pyuria in school children.
Asymptomatic hematuria in childhood: a practical approach to evaluation.
Clinically, nearly 60% of patients with class II lesions present with asymptomatic proteinuria (subnephrotic range), asymptomatic hematuria, or both with normal renal function (Table 1).
Frequency of Clinical Renal Manifestations in Various Classes of Lupus Glomerulonephritis (LGN): 541 Patients * ISN/RPS Class, % II III I (n = 54) (n = 107) Clinical Features (n = 5) ([dagger]) ([double dagger]) Asymptomatic hematuria 40 19 22 Asymptomatic proteinuria 40 42 25 Nephrotic syndrome 20 15 17 ([paragraph]) Nephritic syndrome # .
CT scans without contrast are now preferred for early assessment of asymptomatic hematuria.
The appropriate screening and evaluation of patients with asymptomatic hematuria remains controversial.
The prevalence of asymptomatic hematuria varies from 10% to 21% in studies of men over age 50.
2% in the general population[1] and may account for up to 30% of patients presenting with asymptomatic hematuria.
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