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36 Possible Causes for Flank Pain Radiating to the Groin, Low Back Pain, Suprapubic Pain

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    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.[] Cystitis (bladder infection) symptoms include suprapubic pain, usually without fever and flank pain.[] At admission, she presented with a fever, chills, nausea, low back pain, and malaise, which were followed by progressive renal dysfunction.[]

  • Nephrolithiasis

    pain radiating to his groin.[] Nephrolithiasis is a rare complication of pediatric DKA, and should be considered in children with DKA who develop hematuria, flank pain, or suprapubic pain.[] Mostly, patients with kidney stones have sudden onset of acute cramping pain in low back or the sides, groins, or in the abdominal area not relieved by position changes.[]

  • Acute Pyelonephritis

    Patients report the classic symptomatology: frequent and urgent urination, pain during the action, hematuria and suprapubic pain.[] There is unilateral or bilateral loin pain, suprapubic pain or back pain. Fever is variable but can be high enough to produce rigors.[] On physical exam you note suprapubic abdominal pain and CVA tenderness . The urinalysis reveals white blood cell casts.[]

  • Endometriosis

    The main signs of urinary tract endometriosis are: Blood in urine Painful or burning urination Hypertension Tenderness around the kidneys Flank pain radiating toward the groin[] […] endometriosis often suffer from many other symptoms such as irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding, infertility, abdominal bloating, diarrhea or constipation, low back pain[] back pain.[]

  • Rare Endometriosis

    The main signs of urinary tract endometriosis are: Blood in urine Painful or burning urination Hypertension Tenderness around the kidneys Flank pain radiating toward the groin[] A 25 year old woman with history of two LSCS, presented with chief complaints of severe dysuria, burning micturition, suprapubic pain and left sided flank pain.[] back pain and bleeding.[]

  • Renal Colic

    Clinical Scenario A 24 year old male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of right flank pain radiating to the groin.[] […] to the groin; irritative voiding symptoms (eg, frequency, dysuria); suprapubic pain, urinary frequency/urgency, dysuria, stranguria, bowel symptoms Stones within ureter:[] Renal colic is pain in right or left lower abdomen or low back pain due to disease in the kidney, ureter or bladder. Causes of Renal Colic .[]

  • Urosepsis

    She located her pain at the right flank radiating to her groin. She rated her pain 10/10 and described it as intermittent.[] , fever and tenderness over the costophrenic angle (kidneys) Onset is often acute Suprapubic pain is also often present.[] As the severity of sepsis progresses, the symptoms are: Low urine output. Altered level of consciousness. Severe pain in abdomen and back.[]

  • Ureteral Injury

    pain, and low density free intraperitoneal fluid on abdominal imaging (urinary ascites). 19,110,113 Gross or microscopic hematuria in the presence of penetrating injuries[] No complications arose from catheter placement except for minor complaints including low back pain, urinary discomfort, and transient hematuria.[] A 77-year-old Japanese woman underwent oblique lumbar interbody fusion surgery for lumbar spondylolisthesis with refractory low back pain and pain in both legs.[]

  • Ilioinguinal Nerve Entrapment

    The pain extends from the surgical incision laterally into the inguinal region and suprapubic region.[] Nerve entrapments can occur throughout the body and cause headaches, chest pain, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, low back pain, and upper and lower extremity pain.[] back pain Clinical depression -- To view the remaining sections of this topic, please sign in or purchase a subscription -- TY - ELEC T1 - Orchialgia ID - 816860 PB - 5-Minute[]

  • Renal Hematuria

    Painful [ edit ] Kidney stones –suspected in a person with unilateral sharp flank pain that radiates to the groin, burning on urination, and fever [6] [7] Infection of the[] His exam demonstrates slight suprapubic pain but no other significant findings. Organomegaly was not appreciated but it was a difficult exam due to body habitus.[] Low back pain, abdominal swelling, and hematuria . 4.[]

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