renal colic

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sharp pain in the lower back that radiates into the groin

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9) The clinical diagnosis of renal colic is difficult in many pregnant patients.
Dr al-Sadd explained that fasting in Ramadan during summer could trigger the problem of renal colic in a person, who might not initially be aware that they are having kidney stones.
Renal colic, a type of pain commonly caused by kidney stones, is mainly a result of dehydration.
Persistent obstruction, failure of stone progression, or presence of increasing or unremitting renal colic are indications for stone removal.
A PATIENTS who have kidney stones, or renal colic as it is known, say it's the worst pain in the world.
Ferdinand Becker administered the injection to father-of-two Mr Alan Townsend, who was suffering a painful attack of renal colic from kidney stones.
Fortunately, modern technology and meticulous research have made inroads into the prevention and treatment of the never-to-be-forgotten torture of renal colic.
IM is effective for acute forms of pain, including renal colic, exacerbations of osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis, and acute flare-ups of back pain or gout.
A 25-year-old female, married and mother of two, presented to the emergency room (ER) with severe left renal colic, which started few hours ago, associated with nausea and vomiting.
Having struggled for regular action since his return from a broken leg at the start of the campaign, Villa was forced to visit hospital last week with kidney stones and has since been readmitted after continuing to suffer from the abdominal pain, renal colic.
When a sizeable stone passes down the urethra it causes excruciating pain called renal colic, needing hospital admission.
She mentioned that other cases usually seen at the emergency, especially during the first few days of Ramadan, are renal colic cases, dyslexia, indigestion or constipation due to overfeeding, gastroenteritis acquired from consuming ill-cooked or contaminated food.
Renal colic in pregnant women: Role of renal resistive index.
The German doctor was on his first shift for a GP out-of-hours service provider in February 2008 when he treated Mr Gray for renal colic at his home in Manea, Cambridgeshire.