Incidence of Malignancy in Microscopic Haematuria: A Study of 100 Cases

During June, 1998 to April, 200, one hundred cases of microscopic haematuria were evaluated. All were symptomatic patient with age ranging from 24-68 years. 70 (70 %) cases were male and 30 (30 %) cases were female. Commonest presentation was dysurea 70 (70%). Urinary stone disease was the commonest cause found to be present in 25 (25 %) cases. Malignant lesion was found in 16 (16%) cases of which bladder tumour was found in 10 (10%) cases.

 

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