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193 Possible Causes for Abdominal Obesity, Flank Pain

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    We herein report a case of a 30-year-old Sri-Lankan woman who presented with a 3-month history of left flank pain associated with nausea, vomiting, and weight loss.[] Conversely, patients with non-functioning tumors may present with symptoms related to a mass-occupying lesion, such as abdominal pain and flank pain.[] Regarding clinical features, 14 patients presented with flank pain, 8 patients presented generalized edema or general weakness. 3 patients presented with virilizing features[]

  • Metabolic Syndrome

    A 25-year-old man with continuing linear growth, eunuchoid body habitus and diffuse bone pain.[] obesity, mental retardation, dysphormic extremities (syndactyly, brachydactyly or polydactyly), retinal dystrophy or pigmentary retinopathy, hypogonadism or hypogenitalism[] In her forties she had hypertension, mixed hyperlipidaemia, mild hyperglycaemia and moderate abdominal obesity, suggesting the presence of the metabolic syndrome.[]

  • Appendicitis

    Flank pain, ...[] […] pain Important to consider pelvic exam in females with undifferentiated abdominal pain.[] McBurney sign ) pelvic pain, diarrhea and tenesmus (pelvic appendix) flank pain (retrocaecal appendix) groin pain - appendix within an inguinal hernia ( Amyand hernia ) or[]

  • Ureteral Obstruction

    Abdominal ultrasound revealed mild left hydronephrosis due to staghorn stone and normal right kidney.[] A 45-year-old male admitted to our clinic of symptoms with moderate left flank pain and intermittant macroscopic hematuria.[] Both patients had flank pain, elevated creatinine, and signs of complete obstruction on CT scan.[]

  • Nephroptosis

    A 22-year-old female was referred with right flank pain and recurrent urinary infections. Flank pain was persistent while standing and relieved upon supine position.[] During gestation, the woman's body undergoes constitutional changes, characterized by a weakening of the muscles of the abdominal wall; obesity and rapid weight gain.[] However, nephroptosis can be characterized by violent attacks of colicky flank pain, nausea, chills, hypertension, hematuria and proteinuria.[]

  • Urate Kidney Stone

    It includes: Flank pain and/or back pain. Pain when urinating. Difficulty passing urine. Persistent urge to urinate.[] Note the abdominal fat denoted by his overly tight vest. All of these states can lower urine pH and lead to uric acid stones.[] Kidney stones are a common cause of blood in the urine and pain in the abdomen, flank, or groin. Kidney stones occur in 1 in 20 people at some time in their life.[]

  • Ascites

    abdominal examination .[] Small amounts may be asymptomatic; increasing amounts cause abdominal distention and discomfort, anorexia, nausea, early satiety, heartburn, flank pain, and respiratory distress[] If the flank dullness is found, then “shifting” should be checked for.[]

  • Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome

    The quadratus lumborum should be examined in patients presenting with flank pain as well as low back, buttock and lateral hip pain.[] , Pregnancy, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Bladder Cancer, Cystitis, Kidney Cancer, Kidney Infection, Kidney stones, Urinary tract infection, Obesity[] Pain from the quadratus lumborum may be distinguished from pain caused by iliolumbar ligament injury because of the absence of pain around the area of the flank with iliolumbar[]

  • Lumbar Hernia

    This article discusses a patient presenting with flank pain years after an iliac crest bone harvest as well as a brief review of the pathogenesis and history of lumbar hernias[] The patient was obese with abdominal distension but no tenderness. No abnormality was found on palpation. Bowel sounds were active but not tinkling.[] If symptoms are present, they include back or flank pain or a dragging sensation. Left untreated, lumbar hernias can grow to large proportions.[]

  • Urolithiasis

    The nutcracker syndrome, caused by compression of the left renal vein between the superior mesenteric artery and the aorta, usually manifests with hematuria, flank pain and[] CONCLUSIONS: Although both obesity and abdominal obesity correlated with supersaturation of calcium oxalate, mostly by changes in urine volume and pH in women, none of those[] A 12-year-old girl was admitted to ward because of persistent left flank pain, vomiting, and hematuria.[]

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