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 (hĕ′mə-to͝or′ē-ə, -tyo͝or′-)
The presence of blood in the urine.

he′ma·tu′ric adj.


(ˌhi məˈtʊər i ə, -ˈtyʊər-)

the presence of blood in the urine.
he`ma•tu′ric, adj.


The presence of blood in the urine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hematuria - the presence of blood in the urine; often a symptom of urinary tract disease
haematocyturia, hematocyturia - the presence of red blood cells in the urine
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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Among the patients who presented with symptoms, gross hematuria was the most common symptom (53.
In March 2014, a 4-year-old girl (index case-patient) from France was referred to the Toulouse University Hospital (Toulouse, France), with gross hematuria.
The most common presenting symptom was gross hematuria (31 of 59; 53%), followed by abdominal pain (8 of 59; 14%).
The researchers conclude that patients with microscopic hematuria, especially those under 50 years of age and with no history of gross hematuria (visible blood in the urine), may not benefit from further evaluation and therefore could avoid routine tests that contain unnecessary risks such as radiation exposure from CT scans and invasive endoscopy.
Along with platelet infusion every other day due to suppressed hematopoiesis, his gross hematuria and clot retention in the bladder were successfully treated with chor-eito, a formula from Japanese traditional medicine (Kampo medicine).
CONTRAINDICATIONS: Cysview is contraindicated in patients with porphyria, gross hematuria, BCG immunotherapy or intravesical chemotherapy within 90 days prior, or with known hypersensitivity to hexaminolevulinate or any derivative of aminolevulinic acid.
Frequency and etiology of gross hematuria in a general pediatric setting.
Urethral disruption should be suspected in patients with a history of trauma and gross hematuria or blood at the urethral meatus, which is present in 91%-100% of cases.
HC was graded according to the following criteria: grade I, microscopic hematuria; grade II, macroscopic hematuria without clots; grade III, macroscopic hematuria with clots; and grade IV, gross hematuria and clinical complications secondary to urinary outflow obstruction.
One patient in the PPS group experienced gross hematuria.