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739 Possible Causes for Dysuria, Proteinuria

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    AFP BY TOPIC Editors' Choice of Best Available Content This collection features the best content from AFP, as identified by the AFP editors, on urinary tract infections/dysuria[] […] state, including confusion If your urinary tract infection symptoms worsen or do not improve in 3 days of therapy Read More About: Kidney Problems Nephrotoxicity Azotemia Proteinuria[] Polyuria and dysuria are common symptoms.[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    Before the man developed his symptoms his wife had complained of urinary frequency and dysuria for a 2-week period.[] Fractional excretion of sodium is high, and nephrotic proteinuria may occur without glomerular abnormalities.[] Dysuria Specialty Urology, Infectious disease Dysuria refers to painful urination.[1][2] Difficult urination is also sometimes, but rarely, described as dysuria.[3] It is[]

  • Chronic Pyelonephritis

    Dysuria. Hematuria. Pain in the costovertibral angle on the affected side. Presence of pus cell casts in urine analysis will show renal involvement.[] Abstract Massive proteinuria associated with chronic pyelonephritis is reported in five patients.[] CLINICAL FEATURES May present with fever, flank pain Usually present with chronic renal failure or symptoms of hypertension frequency of micturition & dysuria 13.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Pyuria is common even without bacterial infection; thus diagnosis of infection should be based on culture results and clinical findings (eg, dysuria, fever, flank pain) as[] After 4 months, proteinuria decreased to 600 mg/d. Patients with ADPKD who show massive proteinuria should undergo kidney biopsy.[] Patients with ADPKD who show massive proteinuria should be investigated in terms of concomitant glomerular disease.[]

  • Renal Tuberculosis

    She was admitted with complaints of adynamia, anorexia, fever, weight loss, dysuria and generalized edema for 10 months.[] In addition to hematuria and proteinuria, sterile pyuria is a hallmark of tuberculosis, in which case more advanced microbiological studies are necessary.[] A 34-year-old man with severe kidney function loss secondary to renal TB initially presented with urinary symptoms, including dysuria and polacyuria.[]

  • Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinoma

    He states that he does not experience dysuria. On physical exam there is no costovertebral angle tenderness.[] Location Symptoms Features of advanced/ metastatic disease Bladder carcinoma Painless gross hematuria throughout micturition (most common) Irritative voiding symptoms ( dysuria[] Patients present with urinary frequency, dysuria or urgency. Microscopic hematuria is very common but gross hematuria is present in an occasional patient.[]

  • Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Pyuria is common even without bacterial infection; thus diagnosis of infection should be based on culture results and clinical findings (eg, dysuria, fever, flank pain) as[] Oxidized free Hcy and Cys with redox ratios were correlated to AOPP, MDA and proteinuria.[] […] of proteinuria.[]

  • Vesicoureteral Reflux

    Children with VUR are usually asymptomatic until they develop a urinary tract infection ( fever, dysuria, urgency.).[] Proteinuria In reflux nephropathy, some of the tiny kidney filters are damaged.[] Open surgical intervention is associated with the highest success rate (98-100%) but also the greatest morbidity (transient frequency, urgency, dysuria and hematuria).[]

  • Kidney Disease

    Characteristics of kidney disease are hematuria, persistent proteinuria, pyuria, edema, dysuria, and pain in the flank. Specific symptoms vary with the type of disorder.[] Urinalysis revealed mild proteinuria and hyperβ2microglobulinuria, and blood tests showed hyperglobulinemia with an IgG level of 3243 mg/dL and an IgG4 level of 621 mg/dL.[] Kidney diseases manifest as pain in flank or lower abdomen, abnormal urine output, hematuria, proteinuria, edema, fever, and urinary incontinence.[]

  • Nephrolithiasis

    She has also had dysuria and urgency. Her surgical history is notable for gastric bypass surgery 2 years prior and an appendectomy at age 9.[] These include: Swelling in body parts like your legs, ankles, or around your eyes (edema) Large amounts of protein in your urine (proteinuria) Loss of protein in your blood[] Presentation Acute, colicky flank pain radiating into the pelvis and genitalia Hematuria – present in 90% of patients Nausea and vomiting Urinary urgency, frequency, and dysuria[]

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