Blood In The Urine? Check With A Microscope, Cleveland Clinic Foundation Study

Published: Dec 29, 2009

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When a dipstick test suggests there's blood in the urine, the next step should be to examine a sample of the urine under a microscope to make sure the dipstick result is accurate, according to medical guidelines - but often the patient is sent directly to see a specialist, or for further testing.

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