A three centre audit of IVU referrals in patients with asymptomatic microscopic haematuria.

Abstract

There is considerable debate concerning the investigation of patients with asymptomatic microscopic haematuria. Urine dipstick testing is a sensitive screening test but may be positive in some normal individuals. The present consensus is that urine microscopy should be performed to confirm haematuria prior to further investigation. We have performed a… (More)

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@article{Rockall1996ATC, title={A three centre audit of IVU referrals in patients with asymptomatic microscopic haematuria.}, author={Andrea G. Rockall and C W N Wetton and Karin E Thomas and Michael J. Kellett}, journal={Clinical radiology}, year={1996}, volume={51 4}, pages={282-4} }