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Bloody Urine After Injury Rarely Cause For Alarm, but Check It Out Anyway - 01/03/2011

Bloody Urine After Injury Rarely Cause For Alarm, but Check It Out Anyway

Release Date: January 3, 2011

Few things are more startling to parents than the sight of a child’s bright red-colored urine. Yet, blood in the urine — especially microscopic blood found during routine well-child visits — is fairly common, usually temporary and rarely a cause for concern, say experts at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. 

For additional information:
http://www.hopkinschildrens.org/Bloody-Urine-After-Injury-Rarely-Cause-For-Alarm.aspx

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