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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Multi-detector CT (MDCT) urography has become the standard examination for unexplained, painless hematuria, allowing the assessment for numerous etiologies in a single study by imaging during multiple contrast phases.
Unlike children who present with a palpable abdominal mass, adults present with painless hematuria, weight loss, decreased performance status and flank pain (6).
(1) In most cases, the only symptom is painless hematuria. (1) Massive hematuria has been reported in upto 71% of patients.
A 68-year-old male presented to a southwestern Veteran's Administration (VA) Medical Center Emergency Department (ED) complaining of one episode of gross, painless hematuria. The veteran is a Purple Heart recipient who was exposed to Agent Orange during his tour in Vietnam.
A 60-year-old gentleman presented in clinic complaining of dysuria and intermittent painless hematuria and severe penile pain.
Painless hematuria was the common (71.40%) symptom in patients with neoplastic conditions (Table 8) and the location of the neoplasms was in the upper pole (Table 9).
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).
Primary localized AA type amyloidosis of urinary bladder: case report of rare cause of episodic painless hematuria.Urology 2006;68:1343.e15e17.
c--Gross, painless hematuria is the first symptom in 85% of persons with bladder cancer (Russell, 2009).
The most common manifestation of bladder pheochromocytoma is painless hematuria in 55-65% of cases (3,4).
He was also alarmed by a 1-day history of painless hematuria. He denied hemoptysis, melena, hematemesis, epistaxis, or bruising.