Once your doctor analyzes your symptoms and clinical history, they will perform a physical examination that will help them see indications of the possible cause of hematuria, however, various tests will be necessary to confirm the diagnosis, such as:
- Urine tests to establish the presence of blood, infections, or possible kidney stones.
- Computed tomography.
If the tests do not detect any disease, it will be necessary to perform periodic tests to monitor the condition until it is possible to make an accurate diagnosis and treat the cause. The treatment to follow depends on the origin of hematuria:
- Kidney or urinary tract infections:
- Kidney or bladder stones:
- Laser or shock wave lithotripsy.
At the ABC Medical Center Internal Medicine Department, we offer health care services with the highest quality and safety, from prevention, diagnosis, timely treatment, and monitoring of infectious, respiratory, endocrinological, dermatological, rheumatic, nephrological, gastrointestinal, and hematological pathologies, of chronic-degenerative diseases and acute conditions, through a comprehensive and multidisciplinary model.