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International Primary Care Association

Clinical Focus Volume 7 N1

Haematuria: visible and non visible: what to do?

Haematuria is a common symptom and in some patients it is the first symptom of urological cancer. It is therefore important to investigate it promptly in such cases. There are, of course, many other causes of haematuria, some urological, some nephrological. This article aims to give clear guidance on how to manage these patients.

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  • Authors: Benjamin E Ayres and Christopher J Anderson
  • Keywords: Visible haematuria, Non-visible haematuria, Urothelial cell cancer, Bladder cancer, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
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