Impact of guideline adherence on urologic cancer diagnosis

07/30/2014 | American Journal of Medicine, The

Although most physicians in this study did not adhere to 2001 American Urological Association guidelines when evaluating patients with asymptomatic hematuria, no urologic cancers were diagnosed in patients without guideline-adherent evaluation, barring the possibility of occult cancers. Evaluation by a urologist was the only predictor of a guideline-adherent evaluation. Future studies are needed to determine the optimal evaluation of patients with asymptomatic hematuria.

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