3] In fact, renal angiosarcoma seems to be more frequent in older men with non-specific clinical presentation characterized by flank pain
and hematuria, mimicking other renal malignancies.
8% of our pediatric patients presented with flank pain
and gross hematuria, respectively.
1) Symptomatic resolution of UTI-specific symptoms except flank pain
(frequency/urgency/dysuria/suprapubic pain) and resolution of, or improvement in, flank pain
based on the patient-reported symptom assessment response at the Day 5 visit and
A 57-year-old man with no significant past medical history presented with a 3-month history of abdominal and flank pain
A 58-year-old female with a medical history significant for asthma, diabetes and hypertension presented to the emergency department with left flank pain
of 1 day's duration.
A young female patient has been suffering from right flank pain
Thirteen out of 30 cases did present with symptoms, namely abdominal or flank pain
She also reported onset of right flank pain
An 18-year-old male football player who did not report any remarkable trauma but was involved in high-velocity contact sports on a daily basis presented to his school nurse with significant headaches along with episodic blurry vision and left flank pain
A 56-year-old man presented with painless haematuria and occasional right-sided flank pain
A 23-year-old man presented to the emergency department with thigh and flank pain
2 A large meta-analysis (47 published manuscripts) revealed that the vast majority of patients (85%) were adults and presented with acute flank pain