- Differential Diagnosis
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Differential Diagnosis For Terminal Hematuria End of Voiding
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- 10 possible diagnoses found
- Trauma Causes
- Bladder tear/trauma
- Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
- Schistosomiasis, hematobium
- Neoplastic Disorders
- Bladder papilloma
- Bladder polyp
- Carcinoma, bladder/transitional cell
- Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
- Bladder calculus
- Bladder diverticulum
- Foreign body, bladder
- Heirarchical Major Groups
- Bladder disorder
- Blood (in) urine, blood in urine, Blood in urine (finding), Blood in urine (symptom), Blood in urine haematuria, Blood in urine haematuria ((symptom)), Blood in urine hematuria, Blood in urine hematuria ((symptom)), Blood in urine hematuria (disorder), Blood in urine symptom, blood urinary, BLOOD URINE, Blood urine symptom, End of voiding, Haematuria, Haematuria symptom, Haematuria syndrome, Hematuria, Hematuria (finding), Hematuria symptom, Hematuria syndrome, Hematuria syndrome (disorder), Hematurias, Unspecified haematuria, Unspecified hematuria, URINE BLOOD, Urine blood symptom
Terminal hematuria is the condition when blood is passed out through the urethra immediately after urination or at near end of voiding action.
- External Links Related to Terminal Hematuria End of Voiding
- PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
- NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
- Medscape (eMedicine)
- Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)