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25 Possible Causes for Pelvic Neoplasm, Right Flank Pain, Vaginal Bleeding

  • Endometriosis

    A 44-year-old Asian woman presented with a 4-year history of cyclic right flank pain and right hydronephrosis during menstruation.[] She was concurrently being investigated for an abdominal mass and rectal and vaginal bleeding.[] bleeding.[]

  • Renal Vein Thrombosis

    A 19-year-old man was admitted to our hospital because he complained of right flank pain and oliguria for 3 days.[] Because of the patient's persistent flank pain and vaginal bleeding, her warfarin was replaced with LMWHep (Fraxiparin 5,700 ICU AXa subcutaneously q12h) on day 14.[] […] or leg veins; [2] thrombotic occlusion of the inferior vena cava secondary to invasion by a malignant neoplasm, especially hypernephroma, or to external compression by tumor[]

  • Ovarian Torsion

    We report a patient with severe right flank pain initially diagnosed as renal colic. She was brought to our emergency department because of persistent pain.[] You have heavy vaginal bleeding. You have pain that does not go away. You have any questions.[] The risk factors include: benign and malignant ovarian neoplasms, polycystic ovaries, corpus luteum cyst during early pregnancy, developmental anomalies , and pelvic inflammatory[]

  • Leiomyosarcoma

    An IVC filter was inserted, and the patient was discharged home, but 20 days later, she returned to the hospital with worsening right flank pain.[] Although the most frequent symptoms are vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain, the symptoms are generally associated with dimensions and localization of the tumor.[] On the fifth day, CT-guided biopsy of the right lung mass revealed fragments of a neoplasm of fusiform cells with epithelioid characteristics.[]

  • Urinary Retention

    Case presentation A 67 years old Caucasian woman presented with three days history of right flank pain and difficulty in urination.[] Uterine rupture classically presents with severe abdominal pain, loss of fetal station, vaginal bleeding, and shock.[] Brain (eg, cardiovascular disease (CVD), multiple sclerosis (MS), neoplasm, normal pressure hydrocephalus, Parkinson's disease).[]

  • Ovarian Metastasis

    flank pain and on and off hematuria for last 1 month.[] Three months later, vaginal bleeding and a large metastasis in the left ovary were detected, for which a left oophorectomy was performed.[] It is often difficult to differentiate from other ovarian neoplasms 4-5 .[]

  • Cystadenoma

    Left flank retroperitoneum;/33 cm PRMC No relaps at 10 months follow-up 8[ 12 ] 38 F Left flank pain right, descendant colon mesentery/11 cm PRMC metastases to mediastinal[] The symptoms of benign mucinous cystadenoma of ovary are pain in abdomen, enlarged abdomen size, vaginal bleeding.[] [Crossref] Klein TA, Richmond JA, Mishell DR Jr (1976) Pelvic tuberculosis. Obstet Gynecol 48: 99-104.[]

  • Spigelian Hernia

    […] in the right lower quadrant and a three-day history of nausea, vomiting, and right-flank pain.[] Bleeding Pregnancy 492 Varicocele 493 Vasculitis Diseases That Mimic Vasculitis 494 Venous Lake 495 Ventricular Septal Defect 496 Vesiculobullous Diseases 497 Vesiculopustules[] (neoplasm, abdominal wall hematoma or abscess) • Urinary tract (pelvic kidney, distended bladder, urachal cyst) • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) • GI tract neoplasm • Diverticular[]

  • Teratoma

    […] pole of a horseshoe kidney Mature tissu contained neuroepithelial components Henry B Armah et al., [ 19 ] Right kidney 35 years Female Right flank pain, right costovertebral[] bleeding; centralized cervix; circular external orifice; negative Schiller test, colposcopically normal.[] Imaging of pediatric pelvic neoplasms. Radiol Clin North Am . 2011 Jul. 49(4):729-48, vi. [Medline] . Yamaoka T, Togashi K, Koyama T, Fujiwara T, Higuchi T, Iwasa Y.[]

  • Pelvic Hematoma

    A 20-year-old male presented to Emergency Department of Tertiary Care Center with complaints of spontaneous painful hematuria and sudden onset right flank and iliac fossa[] A fourty-seven-years-old patient was admitted to our outpatient clinic with complaint of vaginal bleeding.[] The case of a spontaneous pelvic neoplasm in an otherwise healthy young man is presented and the literature reviewed regarding issues of differential diagnosis and clinical[]