At Nephsap review, we discussed a question re asymptomatic isolated hematuria in an young adult and the discussion was regarding the long term risk to ESRD? Is it truly measurable risk?
Young adults often present with asymptomatic hematuria. This was elegantly studied by the researchers in Israel looking at close to a million sample size. It was a retrospective cohort study using medical data from ages 16-25 (60% males and 40% females) who had been examined for fitness to the military.
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