painless hematuria

pain·less he·ma·tu·ri·a

hematuria not associated with dysuria, often connoting a vascular or neoplastic etiology.
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A 50-year-old, non-diabetic male, with a long history of smoking, presented with recurrent episodes of gross painless hematuria.
In LGMPs, painless hematuria was the most-common symptom, whereas dysuria, pelvic pain, and symptoms related to obstruction or infections occurred more rarely (Table 1).
Nevertheless, ORTI presents with painless hematuria, and renal calculi are unlikely to be painless.
The patient was a 20-year-old, gravid black woman with a history of sickle cell trait who presented at 29 weeks' gestation with 5 months of gross, painless hematuria daily following a traumatic fall.
A 72-year-old man with a 40-pack-year history of smoking presented with gross painless hematuria of 5 days' duration, which was followed by urinary retention.
Following discussion at our oncology multidisciplinary team meeting it was concluded that the close proximity of the tape to the bladder wall had stimulated a large inflammatory mass to form, which then presented with painless hematuria.
To our knowledge, there have been no previously reported cases of such an extreme chronic inflammatory reaction within the retropubic space, caused by synthetic slings, which have then subsequently presented with painless hematuria.
Endoscopic examination of a 47-year-old man with painless hematuria and urgency found shaggy, papillary growth at the 12 o'clock position in distal prostatic urethra.
While he was being worked up for the suspected testicular lesion, he developed frank painless hematuria, which was initially managed with catheterization and bladder irrigation.
3] The clinical presentation of bladder paragangliomas classically consists of the triad of paroxysmal hypertension, gross painless hematuria and "micturition attacks" consisting of headache, palpitations, diaphoresis and blurred vision during or after voiding.