Create issue ticket

75 Possible Causes for Chills, Flank Pain Radiating to the Groin

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] renal failure who was admitted to the urology clinic of a university hospital in Kirsehir, Turkey, with the complaints of urinary tract infection (UTI) including fever, chills[] Pain in flank: There can be a sudden renal edema causing an increase in pressure and capsular distention causing intense pain in the flank that can radiate to the groin.[] At admission, she presented with a fever, chills, nausea, low back pain, and malaise, which were followed by progressive renal dysfunction.[]

  • Urosepsis

    The authors present a case of a 72-year-old diabetic male s/p pelvic irradiation for prostate carcinoma who arrived in the emergency department with complaints of shaking chills[] She located her pain at the right flank radiating to her groin. She rated her pain 10/10 and described it as intermittent.[] You feel lightheaded or develop shortness of breath You develop chills or a fever You are getting worse, not better Nursing Diagnoses Ineffective renal perfusion Decreased[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    Signs and symptoms at presentation were similar between the two groups except a higher proportion of patients with chills in the sitafloxacin group (68.4% vs. 29.4%, p 0.019[] Pyelonephritis produces symptoms that involve fever with chills, pain at the back (low), nausea and vomiting.[] Common signs and symptoms include acute-onset fever, chills, severe back or flank pain, nausea and vomiting, and costovertebral angle tenderness.[]

  • Pyoureter

    Similar to an abscess, pyonephrosis is typically associated with fever, chills, and flank pain, although some patients may be asymptomatic.[]

  • Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Many strategies regarding timing of native nephrectomies exist for patients with symptomatic polycystic kidney disease (PCKD). This is a single-center, retrospective study of 594 adults with PCKD who had renal transplants from 1994 to 2014. Three groups were analyzed: renal transplant-only recipients (tx alone),[…][]

  • Renal Papillary Necrosis

    Most of the patients (67%) presented with chills and fever. Flank pain and dysuria were present in 11 patients (41%).[] Coli, may have predisposing factors of vesico-urethral reflux, indwelling catheter, UT obstruction, diabetes or pregnancy , chills, high fever, flank pain radiating to groin[] […] and papillae with many causes, all of which mediate the development of ischemia Infection is frequent finding, contributing to the clinical presentation of with fever and chills[]

  • Nephrolithiasis

    […] attention if you experience: Pain so severe that you can't sit still or find a comfortable position Pain accompanied by nausea and vomiting Pain accompanied by fever and chills[] pain radiating to his groin.[] Other symptoms can include: Abnormal urine color Blood in the urine Chills Fever Nausea and vomiting Treatment depends on the type of stone and the severity of your symptoms[]

  • Renal Colic

    If the urine is infected, then a person may have a fever associated with chills.[] Clinical Scenario A 24 year old male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of right flank pain radiating to the groin.[] You should contact your doctor immediately, or visit the emergency department if the pain is severe or if it is accompanied with fever, chills or vomiting.[]

  • Ureteral Disorder

    […] attention if you experience: Pain so severe that you can't sit still or find a comfortable position Pain accompanied by nausea and vomiting Pain accompanied by fever and chills[] pain frequently radiating into pelvis, groin or testis Hematuria Most stones are impacted at narrowest points of ureter Ureteropelvic junction Iliac vessel crossing Ureterovesical[] […] symptoms of urinary disorders include abdominal, pelvic, or lower back pain or discomfort; blood in the urine; changes in the urine; difficulty producing urine; fever and chills[]

  • Subphrenic Abscess

    […] cough, increased respiratory rate with shallow respiration, diminished or absent breath sounds, hiccups, dullness in percussion, tenderness over the 8th–11th ribs, fever, chills[] Psoas muscle abscesses may lead to flank pain which radiates to the groin. Peritonitis The principal feature is abdominal pain.[] Both non-specific symptoms like fever, chills and anorexia as well as signs that indicate an abdominal lesion with respiratory compromise may be presented.[]

Further symptoms

Similar symptoms