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Hematuria must always be regarded as a serious symptom demanding untiring diagnostic endeavors. To pinpoint the source of gross hematuria is usually easy but in case of microhematuria it can be difficult.
We therefore developed a feasible graduated Diagnostic Plan that requires interdisciplinary joint efforts because of the diversity of the causative agents responsible for hematuria. If applied in the proper methodical way this Diagnostic program will always reveals a definite diagnosis.
This diagnostic Plan therefore makes possible to have the definite therapy being started with minimum suffering of the patient, waste of time money through unnecessary diagnostic procedures.
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