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597 Possible Causes for loin

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    If the infection reaches the kidneys, symptoms are more severe, with pain in the loins, on one or both sides, and fever.[]

  • Renal Abscess

    CONCLUSION: Renal abscesses must be suspected in children with loin pain, fever and leukocytosis. They may heal even without hospitalization and drainage.[] Fever, loin pain, and leukocytosis were common presenting features, but less than half of all abscesses were associated with either an abnormal urinalysis or a positive urine[] Fever, abdominal pain, and leukocytosis were common presenting features, but no child presented symptoms of loin pain.[]

  • Primary Hyperparathyroidism

    A 30-year-old Caucasian woman booked under Consultant care presented at 32 weeks gestation with vomiting and right-sided loin pain.[]

  • Acyclovir

    Systematic monitoring of renal function, urine output, and characteristic symptoms like loin pain is warranted.[]

  • Retrograde Pyelogram

    Overall, open pyeloplasties were performed in 89 (42 DL: 47 loin incision) and the rest (n 6) laparoscopically.[] CONCLUSIONS: The current study suggests that RUPG is avoidable if the approach for pyeloplasty is through the conventional loin incision.[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    KEYWORDS: Flank pain; Loin pain; Nephrolithiasis; Osteomalacia; Vitamin D deficiency[] Abstract Loin pain is frequently not associated with any urinary abnormality. Musculoskeletal abnormalities are not uncommon as alternative cause of flank pain.[]

  • Horseshoe Kidney

    METHODS: We report a patient who presented with acute loin pain as a result of atrial fibrillation-related thromboembolism to the right renal artery supplying his horseshoe[]

  • Tubo-Ovarian Abscess

    […] present an unusual and complicated case of a 39-year-old woman who was admitted three times in hospital over a period of 4 weeks, with abdominal pain initially and then right loin[]

  • Fluconazole

    Postoperatively, the patient developed recurrent high-grade fever with left loin pain, and elevated septic parameters; urine and blood culture were positive for Candida albicans[]

  • Gardner Syndrome

    This patient turned out to have GS, while the loin lump was found to be a desmoid tumor.[] The loin lump on the other hand could be due to a musculoskeletal, dermatological or even a renal lesion.[] Diagnosis and Reasoning This patient's history has two important complaints: a lump in the right loin and multiple episodes of rectal bleeding.[]

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