renal hemorrhage

re·nal hem·or·rhage

hematuria, of which the kidney is the source.
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Though uncommon, non-traumatic spontaneous renal hemorrhage is well reported in the literature.
Non-traumatic spontaneous renal hemorrhage is a distinct entity described in the literature.
Diverse etiological factors such as infection, nephritis, blood dyscrasias, coumadin anticoagulation, calculus disease, and dialysis have been attributed to spontaneous non-traumatic renal hemorrhage.
Wunderlich syndrome (WS) is a rare condition in which spontaneous renal hemorrhage occurs into the subcapsular and perirenal spaces.
Although there are not yet evidence-based guidelines to favor either approach, transarterial embolization (TAE) has become the choice of initial treatment for renal hemorrhage, irrespective of causes [10].
The mean time for the TCE performance after the main procedure leading to iatrogenic renal hemorrhage was 4.
Renal hemorrhage is the most serious complication of PNL, which has been previously addressed elsewhere.
Additional findings included extensive, acute renal hemorrhage and a single microgranuloma adjacent to a parabronchus in the lung.
Patients with ADPKD suffer from a variety of other morbidities including chronic pain, hypertension, renal hemorrhage and infection.
For renal hemorrhage without injury to the renal parenchyma, transfusion and conservative therapy are recommended.
This is because the use of antithrombotic agents possesses a high risk of hemorrhagic complications, such as serious postoperative peri-renal hematomas and renal hemorrhage, leading to protracted postoperative course and possibly requiring drastic measures, such as nephrectomy or renal embolization.
Aspirin-induced bilateral renal hemorrhage after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy: implications and conclusions.