The significance of asymptomatic microhematuria in men 50 or more years old: findings of a home screening study using urinary dipsticks.

Abstract

In an ongoing home screening study 231 men 50 or more years old without known causes of hematuria have tested their urine each week with a chemical reagent strip for the presence of blood. After 3 months of testing 23 patients have had hematuria at least once. Of these men 5 have had urinary cancers and 5 have had other serious underlying diseases requiring… (More)

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