Idiopathic microscopic hematuria

What is Idiopathic microscopic hematuria?

Microscopic hematuria, a common finding on routine urinalysis of adults, is clinically significant when three to five red blood cells per high-power field are visible.It can be a sign of inflammation or infections of the urinary tract. Idiopathic means where the etiology is not known.

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I had an urinalysis in September. Everything was normal except for blood at 5tbc and ph of 5. Urine let yellow and clear. Dr ordered another...

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Blood in the urine whether it is...

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I have had ideopathic microscopic hematuria for at least 15 years. Since I used to be a smoker, my urologist requires me to come in for a full...

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The polyps seen on cytsoscopy can be edema due the inflammation caused by the bladder stone and one can tell on...

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