Microhematuria: AUA/SUFU Guideline.

@article{Barocas2020MicrohematuriaAG,
  title={Microhematuria: AUA/SUFU Guideline.},
  author={Daniel Ari Barocas and Stephen A. Boorjian and Ronald D. Alvarez and Tracy M. Downs and Cary P. Gross and Blake D Hamilton and Kathleen C Kobashi and Robert R Lipman and Yair Lotan and Casey K. Ng and Matthew E. Nielsen and Andrew Charles Peterson and Jay D. Raman and Rebecca Smith-Bindman and Lesley H. Souter},
  journal={Journal of Urology},
  year={2020}
}
PURPOSE Patients presenting with microhematuria represent a heterogeneous population with a broad spectrum of risk for genitourinary malignancy. Recognizing that patient-specific characteristics modify the risk of underlying malignant etiologies, this guideline sought to provide a personalized diagnostic testing strategy. MATERIALS AND METHODS The systematic review incorporated evidence published from January 2010 through February 2019, with an updated literature search to include studies… 
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