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Had blood in urine last week, & got ultrasound. also had bloody urine twice 12 mnths ago. got ct,cystoscopy that time. is us sufficient this time?

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YES: A renal ultrasound will help to rule out any kidney issues and if suspicious, can be followed with a CT scan of the kidneys.

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A 19-year-old male asked:

Noticed blood in urine last week, & got ultrasound. Also had bloody urine twice 12 mnths ago. Got CT,Cystoscopy that time. Is US sufficient this time?

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Dr. Robert Uyeda
General Surgery 45 years experience
Painless hemturia: is always concerning for occult malignancy, although it would be rare at your age. You should seek consutlation from a urology specialist.
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