flankpain. … On day 21, the patient's leftflankpain subsided and her proteinuria diminished (to 10 g/24 h). … Case A 24‐year‐old woman had experienced severe leftflankpain for about a week before admission to our hospital.
Case presentation A 51-year-old Korean man was admitted to our hospital because of severe leftflankpain, hematuria, and oliguria for 3 days. … Case presentation A 51-year-old Korean man who had previously required amputation of both great toes due to thromboangiitis obliterans presented with leftflankpain and oliguria … flankpain, anuria, weakness Descending aorta, both renal arteries, superior mesenteric artery, common iliac artery Hemodialysis This case In the presented case, the patient
flankpain radiating to his groin. … Snapshot A 30-year-old man presents to the emergency department with severe, colicky leftflankpain of acute onset that radiates to the left groin. … RATE CONTENT 4.0 t-20707 AVERAGE 4.0 of 5 RATINGS Qbank (3 Questions) TAG (M2.RL.6) A 54-year-old male presents to the emergency department with sudden-onset, excruciating left
flankpain right, descendant colon mesentery/11 cm PRMC metastases to mediastinal lymph nodes, 4 years after diagnosis 9[ 12 ] 47 F flu-like symptoms Left; loosely adherent … 15 13 8 cm PRMC No relaps at 12 months follow-up 7[ 5 ] 33 F Abdominal swelling, pain Left flank retroperitoneum;/33 cm PRMC No relaps at 10 months follow-up 8[ 12 ] 38 F Left
flankpain from thoracoabdominal aortic involvement. … the ascending aorta results in anterior chest or neck pain, with intrascapular or subscapular pain from involvement of the descending thoracic aorta, and lower back and left