"Hypertrophy of the column of Bertin" in a could-be case of adolescent idiopathic hematuria.

A typical case of hypertrophy of the column of Bertin is first documented in Japan, which is characterized with the adolescence (13-year-old), intermittent gross hematuria, and the confirmation and recovery by the segmental resection. Emphasis is placed on the possibility of its concealment in so-called idiopathic hematuria, and the necessity of the… (More)