The investigation of haematuria and bladder cancer

Although there has been a decline in the incidence and mortality attributed to bladder cancer over the last two decades the disease is still a relatively common cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Here the authors argue that, in contrast to national guidelines, patients of any age presenting with visible haematuria or non-visible haematuria at >40 years of age should be referred to a urologist for further evaluation.

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