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291 Possible Causes for Buttock Pain, Flank Pain

  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

    A 33-year-old woman was diagnosed with AS due to chronic buttock pain and progressive sacroiliitis on plain X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).[] pain radiating to the posterior thigh, associated with numbness in the leg, gait disturbance and low-grade fever.[] The more common symptoms include: back pain or buttock pain, that may be worse in bed at night stiffness in the morning, or after long periods of rest other joint pain pain[]

  • Quadratus Lumborum Syndrome

    It can result in buttock pain, groin pain or snapping in the hip 6,7.[] The quadratus lumborum should be examined in patients presenting with flank pain as well as low back, buttock and lateral hip pain.[] The TrPs tend to refer to the buttock area, so those patients who you think may have radiating lumbar pain from disc or facet, or piriformis syndrome, may be radiating from[]

  • Muscle Strain

    Avoid activities that increase any pain in your buttocks for several days or until your pain subsides.[] When these muscles are injured, pain or tightness may be felt across the low back and into the hips or buttocks.[] Try this method at home -- lie on the floor on your back and place a tennis ball under the painful area of your buttocks.[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    When pinched, sciatic pain may be experienced anywhere along these branches, radiating from the buttocks down the back of the leg and sometimes through the shin and foot.[] Referred pain into the arm, chest, flank or leg only occurs when the compression affects the deeper elements of the nerve.[] Symptoms of a herniated disc in the low back include: Pain that radiates to the buttocks, legs, and feet — called sciatica (Back pain might or might not be present, as well[]

  • Pyelonephritis

    The most striking feature of this form of vasculitis is a purplish rash, typically on the lower legs and buttocks.[] Physical examination revealed right-sided flank pain and a right-sided unilateral renal mass.[] Cramping abdominal pain may occur and is usually most severe during the night.[]

  • Lumbar Hernia

    This causes buttock, leg, and foot pain or numbness, often referred to as sciatica.[] 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[] (low back pain) this may be discogenic or mechanical in nature radicular pain (buttock and leg pain) often worse with sitting, improves with standing symptoms worsened by[]

  • Ovarian Vein Syndrome

    Other symptoms are painful menstrual cycles or bulging veins on the buttocks, tops of the thighs or other areas.[] A 41-year-old woman complained with right flank pain, especially with a recumbent position.[] The antiperistalsis was related to the patient intermittent right flank pain.[]

  • Urate Kidney Stone

    In this definition, shoulder and buttock pain is considered as pain for each involved side, "low back" pain is considered lower segment pain. ‏[] Tabs Content Clinical Overview Diagnosis Indications for Testing Hematuria Flank pain Colicky back pain Laboratory Testing Initial testing Urinalysis Point-of-care testing[] Stones lodged at the ureter often lead to ureteral spasm, which classically causes deep colicky flank pain radiating to the ipsilateral flank or abdomen, often associated[]

  • Inguinal Hernia

    pain Fever, weight loss, diaphoresis, cough Recent contact with infection Femoral aneurysm Pulsing mass Epididymitis Testicular pain Discharge Painful urination Fever, chills[] He complained of pain in the left abdominal flank and in the lower abdomen. The lower abdomen was tender, moderate distended but not rigid.[] He did not show any tachycardia, had no abdominal pain, no signs of bruising or bleeding in his abdomen, flanks, or scrotum.[]

  • Diverticulosis

    The anal pain was sometimes severe enough to prevent the patient from sitting comfortably on both buttocks.[] […] with rebound and guarding (perforation) Urinary tract findings (colovesicular/colovaginal fistula) include suprapubic, flank, costovertebral tenderness; pneumaturia (air[] Abdominal distention Tympanic abdomen to percussion A tender mass (abscess formation) Hypo- or hyperactive bowel sounds Absent bowel sounds (perforation) Generalized abdominal pain[]

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