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Uremia Vs Hematuria
Dyspneu, dm history, uremia, creatininemia, proteinuria, glucosuria, hematuria, nitrite (-), leucocyte esterase (+), bacteria (+). Diagnosis?
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
26 f, chronic microscopic hematuria & leukocytes in urine. Asymptomatic. Possible causes other than uti?
A long list ...: Asymptomatic microhematuria may be caused by: infection/inllammation, stones, neoplasms (tumors), & obstruction along the whole urinary tract; and chronic kidney diseases such as various nephropathy by DM, high BP, NSAIDS, certain antibiotics, etc. What to do with them? At least, get one thorough evaluation with CT.IVP + cystoscopy usually and not everyone, then follow up with Doc and cope wit ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: The serum creatinine level which requires dialysis is based on calculation of the gfr, as persons with different weight, sex and race may have have different GFR even with same serum creatinine.Generally speaking when GFR is below 10-15 and patients are symptomatic they need dialysis. ...Read more
Many ways: The prognosis is better than for a common kidney cancer, their pattern of immunostaining is very different, they tend to spread to liver rather than where other kidney cancers usually go, and there is even a genetic mutation that can make them common in one family. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: "-uria" = in urine. Protein in the urine usually reflects a kidney problem. Blood (hematuria) may be a problem in the kidney, ureter (connection duct to), bladder, prostate gland (in men), and/or urethra. Both should be evaluated further to identify the problem which may include further blood, urine tests, scans, and cystoscopy (scoping the bladder and system). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
For 55+ female, how should early/mid stage kidney disorder or kidney stone affect CBC & serum creatinine results ?
What could cause hydronephrosis of 1 kidney without stones or uti, rbcs 0-5 in urinalysis. Hx of GI issues, gastric ulcers, chronic gastritis?
Intermittent terminal hematuria,but dipstick negative. Could microscopic urianalysis reveal bladder cancer? If urianalysis negative, what other cause?
Urine reports of pre & post hospitalisation of sepsis pateint is nearly same.Rbc 2-3/hpf, protein present(++), pus cell 20-25/hpf. Is it recurring?
Likely the same one,: Whatever is causing this uti/sepsis is likely the same one. It was probably treated with either the wrong antibiotic(s) or not enough of the right one. Getting a blood and/or urine culture or gram stain of the urine would be very helpful in directing antibiotic therapy, plus sepsis should be treated with IV antibiotics, as there is a need for a greater concentration in that case. Best of luck. ...Read more
Abdominal&back pain. UA RESULTS:blood(small),27 RBCs, 3 WBCs, 3Renal epi cells, Mucus (rare). LABS: Sodium 134, est. creatinine clearance 80. Causes?
Kidney disease: Most kidney disease/kidney failure comes from longstanding, poorly controlled high blood pressure and/or diabetes. Nowaadays, it is rare for kidney stones by themselves to cause kidney failure unless they are left in a blocking location for a long period of time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
U/A results- hematuria x6mo
Occult blood- moderate
Leukocyte esterace, ur- trace
Amorph Sed, ur 3+
No UTI symptoms, no HX of any bladder or urinary ?
Yes, but not common: Seeing gross bloody urine (gross heamturia) or few or some red bladder cell under microscope (microhematuria) is possible, but still not common for prostatitis while prostatitis has been commonly assigned to many men with some urinary symptoms such as some suprapubic discomfort, vague ache / pain in the perineum (between sac and anus), slow start of urine flow, slow urine flow, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers