We evaluated 120 cases who got haematuria as the initiate symotom from 8. 1.1997 to 4. 1. 1998 with BTAstat and BTAtest. Both assay adopted the same urine sample without haematuria and manipulated by one operator.
RESULTS: There were17cases of MSI+in20recurrent cases,of which15cases got hematuresis samples. The sensitivity,specificity and positive predictive value was85.00%,82.50%and83.33%,respectively,with the analysis by the results of MSI in diagnosis of bladder cancer recurrence. No correlation was found between MSI and tumor grading.
Results 10 cases had different degrees of the nephric impairment. There were 4 cases with coma, 8 cases with tic, 6 cases with vomit ing,8 cases with abdominal pains, 6 cases with lumbar pains, 5 cases with high blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine(Cr), 7 cases with low serum calcium, 5 cases with low blood natrium, 10 cases with proteinuria, 2 cases with urinary cast, 3 cases with bloody urine.
The above results show that the arteriiae iliaca interna embolism chemotherapy could make tumor vascular atrophy,shrink the size of tumor obviously,control serious bloody urine,decrease haemorrhage during operation,prevent tumor cell from spreading and metastasis,promote the disappearance of mucosal carcinoma in sute ,and increase tumour resection rate through electric resection.
Results: Among the 25 cases, 24 were treated successfully with the cure rate of 96%(24/25). Complications were observed in 20%:1 case of ureter perforation, and 4 cases of the other complications, including bloody urine, fever,lumbago.
Different clinical symptoms (proteinuria, haematuria, haematuria and proteinuria) have no different morphometrical correlate.
Proteolytic activity, with azocasein as substrate in the presence and absence of 0.4 IU kallikrein (Padutin) was measured in the 24 h urine fractions of 100 ambulatory patients with hypertension, proteinuria or haematuria.
The differentiation between glomerular and non-glomerular haematuria by phase-contrast microscopy has proved to be a useful tool in the diagnosis of glomerulonephritis.
Prevalence and causes of microscopic haematuria in Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetic patients with persistent proteinuria
The prevalence and causes of microscopic haematuria were examined in all Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetic patients with persistent proteinuria (diabetes duration ?5 years) attending the outpatient clinic at Hvid?re Hospital during 1985.