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Hematuria: Sources and notes

> Ohisa N, Yoshida K, Mastuki R, et al. A comparison of urinary albumin - total protein ration to phase contrast microscopic examination of urine sediment for differing glomerular and nonglomerular bleeding. Am J Kidney Dis; 2008.
> Khandra MH et al: A prospective analysis of 1930 patients with hematuria to evaluate current diagnostic practice. J Urol 2000.
> Culclasure TF, et al: The significance of hematuria in the anticoagulated patient. Arch Intern Med; 1994.

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