Examining cost-effectiveness of initial diagnostic exams for microscopic hematuria

Routine urinalysis for screening of genitourinary cancer isn’t recommended by any major health group but patients who undergo urinalysis for a variety of other reasons are often found to have microscopic hematuria, which prompts further evaluation. A new article explores the cost-effectiveness of four initial diagnostic protocols for these patients.
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