Exercise-induced hematuria is becoming a common diagnosis for postexercise hematuria. However, a number of genitourinary tract diseases also may cause gross or microscopic hematuria in some physically active patients. Four cases of postexercise hematuria in patients with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder are presented. The authors recommend urologic evaluation with excretory urography and cystoscopy for all patients with postexercise hematuria.
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