haematuria


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haematuria

(ˌhiːməˈtjʊərɪə; ˌhɛm-) or

hematuria

n
(Pathology) pathol the presence of blood or red blood cells in the urine
ˌhaemaˈturic, ˌhemaˈturic adj
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.haematuria - 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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Urothelial tumours are rare in children and should be excluded in young patients who present with painless haematuria. Tumours are predominately low-grade, more common in males at a 3:1 ratio, more common in White compared to Black patients and have low recurrence rate.
[6] In case of gross haematuria with clot urinary retention fluid resuscitation with blood transfusion should be given.
Diagnostic tests and algorithms used in the investigation of haematuria: systematic reviews and economic evaluation.
Affected patients commonly present with pneumaturia, haematuria and recurrent urinary tract infection.
The symptoms of food poisoning are stomach tenusmus, motions, vomiting, fever, weakness, nausea, headache, eyesight, speechlessness dehydration, dry tongue, low urine, and haematuria.
Intravesical formalin in intractable haematuria. J Urol (Paris).
A 25-year-old female was referred from a district hospital for delayed progress of labour (14 hours), with an estimated gestation of 9 months, no significant antenatal history, a history of dysuria and incontinence of urine for 2 years and haematuria for the previous 2 months.
Objective: To determine the frequency of various causes of gross Haematuria presenting in our hospital and recommend a working protocol to young doctors.
Renal involvement in the form of nephritis is frequent with proteinuria, haematuria and even renal failure in uncontrolled cases.
The most common symptoms and signs were fever, dysuria nausea/vomiting, general condition impairment, pyuria, haematuria. The laboratory values for CRP, ESR and leukocyte count were 84 mg/dL, 56 mm/s and 11.9 (10^3uL), with mean values being determined.