asymptomatic hematuria

asymptomatic hematuria

Nephrology Hematuria not associated with pain or other Sx. See Hematuria.
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Pang et al., "Fluorescence in situ hybridization assay detects upper urinary tract transitional cell carcinoma in patients with asymptomatic hematuria and negative urine cytology," Neoplasma, vol.
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They may present with asymptomatic hematuria at an advanced pathologic stage and have a poor prognosis.
A 58-year-old Caucasian male with a past medical history of hypertension, type II diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease stage IV on peritoneal dialysis, stroke, and congestive heart failure presented to an outside clinic with asymptomatic hematuria. CT scan showed a 3.2 x 1.7 x 2.7 cm mass in the anterior wall of the urinary bladder at that time (Figure 1).
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.5 The presence of prostate tissue from the outside of urinary system is extremely rare.
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).
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 incidence of thin glomerular basement membrane nephropathy (TBMN; also called benign familial hematuria/nephritis) ranges between 5.2% and 9.2% in the general population[1] and may account for up to 30% of patients presenting with asymptomatic hematuria.[2] Thin glomerular basement membrane nephropathy (reviewed in references 3 and 4) is believed to have an autosomal-dominant pattern of inheritance.
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