Hematuria

7 Tips for Evaluating Hematuria

7 Tips for Evaluating Hematuria

The American College of Physicians offered expert advice for evaluating patients with hematuria.

Hematuria Evaluation in Primary Care Varies Widely

Hematuria Evaluation in Primary Care Varies Widely

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Less than half of primary care providers refer patients with any degree of hematuria for urological evaluation.

Complete Hematuria Evaluation Occurs in Just 1 in 6 Patients

Complete Hematuria Evaluation Occurs in Just 1 in 6 Patients

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Men at high-risk of bladder cancer were the most likely to be referred to urologists.

Large Study Offers Insights in AMH Management

Large Study Offers Insights in AMH Management

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In a study of nearly 57,000 Korean patients, 6.2% had asymptomatic microscopic hematuria.

Non-Visible Hematuria Ups Bladder Cancer Risk

Non-Visible Hematuria Ups Bladder Cancer Risk

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It is associated with a 20-fold increased likelihood of the malignancy, British study shows.

A Hematuria Risk Index: Interview with Ronald Loo, MD

A Hematuria Risk Index: Interview with Ronald Loo, MD

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Urologist Ronald K. Loo, MD, of Southern California Permanente Medical Group and colleagues created and validated a Hematuria Risk Index.

Urine Cytology Adds Little to Hematuria Investigation

Urine Cytology Adds Little to Hematuria Investigation

Authors suggest that guidelines should be revised to exclude routine urine cytology

Hematuria May Occur Years After Brachytherapy

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Men with larger prostates are at higher risk for blood in urine.

Pre-treatment Percutaneous Biopsy of Small Renal Masses

Urologists typically treat a renal cortical mass without biopsy, but this should be re-evaluated in the era of the incidental small renal cortical neoplasm.

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