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Changes in the protein content and sediment of urine in athletes after exercise. II. Abnormal findings in the urinary sediment after physical effort in long-distance runners, sprinters and middle-distance runners



Changes in the protein content and sediment of urine in athletes after exercise. II. Abnormal findings in the urinary sediment after physical effort in long-distance runners, sprinters and middle-distance runners



Bollettino Della Societa Italiana di Biologia Sperimentale 53(11): 862-867



Red cells in urine of long-distance runners varied from a minimum of 0-2 to a maximum of 11-20/field. The fewest red cells appeared in the urine of sprinters. Cylinders for sprinters are similar for those in hematuria. There were few erythrocytes in middle-distance runners' urine. Findings tend to become more abnormal as one proceeds from light sports (sprinting) to the more gruelling types (long-distance runners). Though running is not considered very traumatic (such as football and boxing), still it subjects the kidneys to small and repeated traumatisms.

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