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Microhematuriaexternal link opens in a new window[44]

Published by:American Urological Association; Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction

Last published:2020

Urolithiasisexternal link opens in a new window[38]

Published by:European Association of Urology

Last published:2020

ACR Appropriateness Criteria: radiologic management of urinary tract obstructionexternal link opens in a new window[110]

Published by:American College of Radiology

Last published:2019

ACR Appropriateness Criteria: hematuriaexternal link opens in a new window[45]

Published by:American College of Radiology

Last published:2019

ACR Appropriateness Criteria: hematuria - childexternal link opens in a new window[46]

Published by:American College of Radiology

Last published:2018

ACR Appropriateness Criteria: acute nonlocalized abdominal painexternal link opens in a new window[47]

Published by:American College of Radiology

Last published:2018

CUA guideline on the evaluation and medical management of the kidney stone patientexternal link opens in a new window[49]

Published by:Canadian Urological Association

Last published:2016

Surgical management of stonesexternal link opens in a new window[48]

Published by:American Urological Association; Endourology Society

Last published:2016

ACR Appropriateness Criteria: acute onset flank pain - suspicion of stone disease (urolithiasis)external link opens in a new window[50]

Published by:American College of Radiology

Last published:2015

Medical management of kidney stonesexternal link opens in a new window[51]

Published by:American Urological Association

Last published:2014 (reviewed 2019)

Dietary and pharmacologic management to prevent recurrent nephrolithiasis in adultsexternal link opens in a new window[111]

Published by:American College of Physicians

Last published:2014

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