[Pathologic urine findings related to medication].

Abstract

We examined urine specimens from 144 consecutive patients attending a rheumatological department. Transient abnormal findings were frequent, but most urine samples normalized spontaneously. We found no association with use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, but there was an association between pathological urine findings and the combined use of such drugs and systemic steroids.

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@article{Hole1989PathologicUF, title={[Pathologic urine findings related to medication].}, author={Torstein Hole and Odd Vinje and T K Haavik}, journal={Tidsskrift for den Norske l{\ae}geforening : tidsskrift for praktisk medicin, ny r{\ae}kke}, year={1989}, volume={109 9}, pages={968-9} }