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Cause Bleeding Hematuria In Prostate Needle Biopsy
Is core needle biopsy enough to rule out lymphoma with insufficient sample for flow cytometry but no cancer observed on microscopy?
A needle biopsy (or fine needle aspiration) is a procedure whereby a thin needle (similar to one the is used for drawing blood), is guided into a lesion and cells are obtained and then placed immediately onto a glass slide for evaluation under the microscope. Unlike a biopsy where "chunks" of tissue are obtained, a fna often obtains only several drops of fluid that ...Read more
Male 90, biopsy done for buccal mucosa lesion, there was bleeding during biopsy, could cancer spread through bleeding to other organs?
Gross hematuria, end of urination. Blood samples, urine samples done. No infection. "Tense" bladder, lower back pain, occasional scrotum/testicle pain?
Terminal hematuria: Could be posterior urethritis or prostatitis, assuming urine is clear at first. Advise consult urologist. Will likely order kidney & bladder ultrasound + possible cystoscopic examination. Cystoscope is a long thin instrument for examining urethra & bladder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cystoscope showed red areas biopsy was taken does this mean bladder cancer , had a lot of pain & blood in urine ?
Gross hematuria at end of urination, occasional clots at beginning of urination, no related pain during. "Tense" bladder, scrotum pain. Blood/urine samples clean. Age 28, male. Suspecting (ex medical student) prostate or bladder, tumor or lesion. Atypical
Get a medical check: Bleeding in the urine in a young person is less likely related to a tumor. You should seek a visit with a good internist and let him/her run tests to rule our intrinsic renal disease(like Glomerulonephritis) or a bleeding disorder. Let us check your CBC and Platelets,PT, PTT and renal function along with Urinalysis. If you need further help contact us after you have first seen a PCP and done labs. ...Read more
Bloody urine most times. Ct/ cystoscope, no tumor/stone, saw poss block from"renal pap necr". Burning pain when lifting above genitals. Poss hernia?
Ureters : Connect the kidney to the bladder, and the urinary pelvis is the location where they connect. If you are experiencing bleeding from any site, a clot can obstruct the ureter and cause colic. You need a retrograde pyelogram to assess. Cannot fathom how a hernia would cause your symptom complex or blood in urine. You sound like a classic stone passer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Intermittent terminal hematuria,but dipstick negative. Could microscopic urianalysis reveal bladder cancer? If urianalysis negative, what other cause?
Can bladder cancer cause microscopic hematuria.im 32 yrs old not a smoker but microstcopic hematuria persist.ct scan normal.can i rule out cancer?
Here are some...: To sort out what may cause microhematuria, please follow the instructions described in http://formefirst.com/hematuria.html & in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you surely gain much insight on how to work with doctor timely so to deduce the possible cause for microhematuria and how to manage it sensibly and realistically. ...Read more
Hematuria in 34 year old cumadin patient. Urine tests shows no cancer cells. Ct shows calcification in the bladder wall. Why would be blood in urine?
Bladder Calc.: Bladder calcifications can be caused by a variety of disease including schistosomiasis, bladder cancer, encrustation cystitis, and drug induced cystitis, and even tuberculosis. In order to make a definitive diagnosis, one would need a cystoscope. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can D&C be done to check abnormal bleeding in 46YO instead of endometrial biopsy? I'm deathly afraid of pain I'll experience w/ biopsy & no anesthesia
D & C versus biopsy: The D & C will require more pain unless it is done under local anesthetic block in the office or ambulatory center with general anesthesia. (more expensive) Endometrial biopsies can be done with aspiration silastic (flexible plastic) devices that rarely produce pain/ discomfort. Talk to your MD about this issue and then conjointly select one that works for both of you. ...Read more
Does vacuum assisted breast biopsy cause cancer from thre trauma? Biopsy was negative (normal breast tissue)
Nope: Congrats on the benign results! we have been performing core biopsies for over 30 years and have not found any association between benign biopsies and cancer development. Moreover, surgical biopsies are more "traumatic"--we've been doing those for 100+ years without any increased cancer risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurrent rectal artery bleeding episodes at multiple different sites around biopsy area. Could this be indication of bleeding disorder?What lab test?
Unlikely: Unlikely, especially if you have not had any issues with bleeding problems prior to this. The anorectal area is very vascular and some slight to moderate bleeding after surgery (hemorrhoidectomy, biopsy, fistula surgery) is not uncommon). Initial basic bleeding tests would be an pt/ptt and CBC with platelet count. Hope this helps. ...Read more
See below: Prostate biopsies are done under ultrasound guidance and usually 6-12 cores are obtained (variations exist but 24 cores be unusual - did you mean gauge?). Usual complications are blood in urine or ejaculate for few days, local pain and discomfort. Infection may occur uncommonly. Rarely injury to blood bessel with internal bleeding has been reported. Impotence would be very rare if at all reported. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scan shows Prostatic Wt 19gms/ PVRU 28ml d/d PROSTATISM. 1)Is Prostate size is normal? 2)Is prostate lead to problem in voiding urine in this size? TY
What could cause enlarged lymph nodes near colon seen in CT scan? colonscopy & biopsy clear. Was having rectal bleeding for 1 month. GI said infection
What causes urine incontinence? Does small intestine inflammation (found in CT scan) possibly cause this issue? Dribbling after urinating
Micro hematuria 2 yrs. Both Upper CT Scan & cystoscopy neg. Urologist says idiopathic. Urinalysis Hemoglobin, small, RBC 2-5. What could be the cause?
Need more exams: your physician should undertake a complete evaluation and order some additional tests -- depending on your age, the blood could also be from your genital area, etc. ...Read more
Biopsy is tissue removed by needle or cutting to remove part of a body part. It is usually a small amount of material that is processed by a pathologist. Most of the time it is stained and looked at through a microscope to arrive at a diagnosis. Special processes are done for some tissues or problems. The purpose is to tell what the problem is (diagnosis). ...Read more
Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. When you can see the blood, it's called gross hematuria. When the blood can only be seen under a microscope it is known as microscopic hematuria. Hematuria can be caused by kidney stones, kidney infections, urinary tract infections, an enlarged prostate, cancer, certain medications, and ...Read more
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