CHAPTER 2: Haematuria

Harper, Matthew; Albanis, Stefanos; Virdit, Jaspal
January 2007
Urological Emergencies in Hospital Medicine;2007, p11
Book Chapter
Haematuria can often herald significant underlying pathology. This chapter highlights the potential causes of haematuria and suggests an algorithm for its management.


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