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Recurrent macroscopic haematuria due to bladder blood vessels after exercise induced haematuria
  1. P Lüthje1,
  2. I Nurmi2
  1. 1Department of Surgery, Regional Hospital, Kuusankoski, Finland
  2. 2Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr Lüthje
 Department of Surgery, Regional Hospital, Fin-45750 Kuusankoski, Finland;


The case is reported of exercise induced asymptomatic macroscopic haematuria, which became recurrent haematuria no longer induced by exercise. The cause, diagnosis, and management are discussed. An overview of the potential causes of sport related haematuria is presented.

  • macroscopic haematuria
  • bladder
  • exercise
  • running

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