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Renal 

Chapter:
Renal
Author(s):

Stuart Crisp

and Jo Rainbow

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199605538.003.0012
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date: 06 May 2021

Renal colic 258

Urinary tract infection 259

Dysuria and urinary frequency 262

Haematuria 263

Proteinuria 266

Renal failure 267

Hypertension 269

Further reading 272

Classically, in adults, renal colic starts as loin pain that radiates around the flank to the anterior abdomen. Children seldom describe this progression of pain, so the diagnosis of renal pathology must be considered in any child who presents with abdominal pain, even central....

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