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Hematuria

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  • Hematuria

    Hematuria is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. It may be benign. If white blood cells are found in addition to red blood cells, then it is a signal of urinary tract infection. Types: Hematuria is of two types 1. Microscopic hematuria - Small amounts of blood can be seen on light microscopy or urinanalysis. 2. Macroscopic hematuria –Gross hematuria Diagnosis: Sometimes the cause of hematuria can be elucidated solely on the basis of the medical history and urine testing, or urinalysis.

  • Hematuria

    Causes Urinary tract infection with bacteria. The vast majority of UTIs are caused by Escherichia coli, with a smaller percentage due toKlebsiella,pneumonia and Staphylococcus saprophyticus , Nephrolithiasis,stones in the kidney, bladder or ureter ,Trauma. Cancer of the kidney, prostate or bladder Other causes includes: Glomerular bleeding: eg: IgA nephropathy ("Berger's disease"), Alport syndrome, thin basement membrane disease ,Sickle cell disease.

  • Hematuria

    Statistics Prevalence of renal complications in our cohort was found to be relatively low, predominantly hematuria (6.3%) and proteinuria (3.2%). The multivariable analysis indicated that earlier development of acute kidney injury was significantly associated with older age (adjusted hazard ratio [aHR] 1.16, confidence interval [CI] 1.06-1.27), preexisting hypertension (aHR 3.05, CI 1.09-8.60), and preexisting hematuria (aHR 2.87, CI 1.05-7.93).

 

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