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The Japanese Journal of Urology
Herein it is reported statistical studies on hematuria in outpatients who visited our department between 1971 and 1973. The total number of outpatients with hematuria was 589 cases (10.3%). The ratio of asymptomatic hematuria against symptomatic hematuria was two to three. The commonest disease with asymptomatic hematuria was essential renal bleeding and that of symptomatic hematuria was cystitis and urethritis. Tumors of urinary tract were found in 12.9% of outpatients with hematuria : 17. 0%doi:10.5980/jpnjurol1928.68.2_186 fatcat:wocpahys3belrcyumtarvcuqly