A Case of Hematuria in a Young Woman

A 19-year-old Asian woman with no significant past medical history was referred to the nephrology clinic for hematuria. She noticed tea-colored urine 3 days after an upper respiratory illness. It lasted for 1 week. During that time, urinalysis showed 3+ blood, 1+ protein, >60 RBCs. Since then, she has had recurrent pink-tinged urine lasting a few ...