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491 Possible Causes for Flank Mass

  • Tuberculosis

    […] headaches (variable in length but persistent), mental changes, coma TB arthritis : usually pain in a single joint (hips and knees most common) Genitourinary TB: dysuria , flank[] […] pain Dysuria Frequent urination In men, a painful scrotal mass, prostatitis, orchitis, or epididymitis Symptoms of gastrointestinal TB are referable to the infected site[] […] pain, increased frequency, masses or lumps (granulomas) Gastrointestinal TB: difficulty swallowing , nonhealing ulcers, abdominal pain , malabsorption, diarrhea (may be bloody[]

  • Hydronephrosis

    In the past, the most frequent symptom of UPJO in neonates and infants was a palpable flank mass.[] Physical examination may detect a palpable abdominal or flank mass caused by the enlarged kidney.[] (kidney stones) Hydronephrosis that occurs without a known cause during pregnancy Symptoms A person with Hydronephrosis may have no symptoms or may experience: Abdominal mass[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Clinical presentation is variable and includes 1 : dull flank pain of variable severity and time course: most common abdominal or flank masses haematuria hypertension: usually[] […] pain, abdominal masses, urinary tract infection, renal failure, renal stones, and cerebrovascular accidents. 2 Extrarenal complications are common and include hepatic cysts[] […] diastolic BP is the rule; clinical course in ADPKD is usually more severe early on, then becomes less problematic as the renal insufficiency progresses Palpable, bilateral flank[]

  • Polycystic Kidney Disease

    Adult polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD ) is one of the most common human genetic disorders (autosomal dominant) 30 years old, family history, and abdominal mass (flank) In[] […] diastolic BP is the rule; clinical course in ADPKD is usually more severe early on, then becomes less problematic as the renal insufficiency progresses Palpable, bilateral flank[] The cysts replace the mass of the kidneys and reduce function leading to kidney failure "Polycystic kidney disease presents frequently with abdominal or flank pain with microscopic[]

  • Perinephric Abscess

    Abdominal mass (13%) or tenderness (49%), and flank mass (9%) or tenderness (42%) were seen less frequently, and 11% of patients did not have fever, flank, or abdominal findings[] A flank mass is palpable if the abscess is large or located in the inferior pole of the kidney space (9-47%).[] Despite immunosuppression, signs and symptoms of perinephric abscess were prominent and included fever, flank and abdominal pain and tenderness, and abdominal mass.[]

  • Renal Cell Carcinoma

    History Part I: Pattern Recognition: Solid renal mass Hematuria Flank pain Flank mass Weight loss Anemia or polycythemia B.[] […] pain: 40% palpable flank mass: 30-40% This triad is however only found in 10-15% of patients 1,2 , and increasingly the diagnosis is being made on CT for assessment of haematuria[] Flank mass (in 25% of patients) Lower extremity edema (due to inferior vena cava [IVC] involvement) Varicoceles (in 11% of male patients due to obstruction of the gonadal[]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    She underwent complete abdominal and pelvic ultrasound imaging for her flank pain.[] This examination revealed a heterogeneous mass of 119   87   79 mm above her left kidney, highly suspicious of being an adrenal-originating tumor.[]

  • Nephroblastoma

    Clinical Features• Median age 3years• M F• Looks less ill Abd/ flank mass—aymptomatic• Smooth, firm, rarely cross midline.• Discovered by chance.• 50% have abdominal pain,[] Wilms tumor should be considered in an adult patient presenting with pain in the flank and a renal mass.[] Later, symptoms may indicate fever, distortion of the kidney mass, evidence of secondary tumours elsewhere in the body, abdominal and flank pain, weight loss, nausea, loss[]

  • Renal Angiomyolipoma

    Shock due to a grave haemorrhage from AML rupture is called Wunderlich syndrome that is clinically characterized by the Lenk's triad: acute flank pain, a flank mass and hypovolemic[] These are asymptomatic and occasionally present with flank pain, a palpable mass or gross hematuria. They may be associated with tuberous sclerosis.[] All patients had symptoms attributable to lesions only on one side, with flank pain and mass the commonest symptoms encountered.[]

  • Nephroptosis

    Their symptoms were right flank pain, gross hematuria, or both. The mean body mass index was 18.7.[] These symptoms include: a sharp side (flank) pain that radiates into the groin nausea vomiting high blood pressure an abdominal mass when standing upright a weighing feeling[]

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