Clinical Case Database / Category: Case Based Discussion
Fadi Al Housami MBBS, Marcus Drake FRCS
Foundation Years Journal, volume 1, issue 6, p.25 (123Doc Education, London, October 2007)
A 36 years old lady presents to the emergency department with left loin pain, nausea and vomiting. The pain has been increasing gradually over the past 24 hours with some fever and rigors. On further questioning it was revealed that she had two days history of urinary urgency, frequency and dysuria.
Her initial observations showed pyrexia of 38.6c, tachycardia 106/min and hypotension BP 95/30. On examination her abdomen was soft but tender in the suprapubic region. She was also tender in the left loin with tenderness over the left costovertebral angle.
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Fadi Al Housami MBBS
Clinical Research Registrar
Bristol Urological Institute
Marcus Drake FRCS (Corresponding author)
Bristol Urological Institute
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