Abnormally Colored Urine - Differential Diagnosis Framework
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Abnormally Colored Urine - Differential Diagnosis Framework
Red:
 - Hematuria, Hemoglobinuria, Myoglobinuria
 - Beets, Rhubarb, Blackberries, Artificial Dyes
 - Porphyria (after exposure to sunlight)
Orange:
 - Dehydration, Increased bilirubin
 - Rifampin/rifampicin, Phenazopyridine, Warfarin
 - Carrots, Artificial Dyes
Green / Blue:
 - Chronic obstructive jaundice, Familial Hypercalcemia, Pseudomonas UTI
 - Propofol, IV Cimetidine, Methylene blue, Metoclopramide, Phenergan, Amitriptyline, Indomethacin, Doxorubicin
 - Asparagus, Artificial Dyes
Purple:
 - Purple urine bag syndrome (chronically catharized/constipated patients with UTI)

Dr. Ann Marie Kumfer @AnnKumfer

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Dr. Gerald Diaz
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