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Renal Hematoma Symptoms
32 yr old female nonsmoker w/microscopic hematoma & off/on pain mdl right back. Neg culture, normal renal ultrasound, neg in office cytology. Thoughts?
Sometimes: In most cases people will have these develop when they sustained minor trauma to the nail & may not feel it at all. However, moderate trauma like catching a finger in a door jam or other direct trauma can give rise to a pressurized/painful hematoma. I routinely open these in the office with a the heated pointed end of a paper clip. The hole releases the pressure & the pain leaves. ...Read more
Not long.: A hematoma (collection of blood) that develops on the septum of the nose after trauma. If left untreated it can cause a loss of blood supply and destruction of the septum. Drainage to prevent permanent destruction of the septum is the treatment of choice. It take about 1-2 weeks to go away after the surgery. ...Read more
Headache: An epidural hematoma typically refers to blood that acumulates between the brain and the skull after rupture of an artery secondary to trauma. The classic presentation is head trauma that causes a loss of consciousness followed by awakening and then progressive confusion and pain as the bleeding progresses. Epidural hematomas are typically quickly progressive and thus require rapid treatment. ...Read more
Scalp: Swelling, discoloration, and tenderness at the location of impact;. ...Read more
Scrotal hematoma: Scrotal pain, swelling and discoloration of the skin in the area of swelling. ...Read more
Ex growing head: After head injury, a subdural hematoma in a 2 year old may cause an excessively rapid head circumference growth, irritability, poor feeding and developmental delay. Address this with your pediatrician who has been keeping track of your child's head circuference measurements and development ...Read more
Would a superficial hematoma above my temple require medical attention? I have no other symptoms besides pain when I chew & yawn, occurred 5 days ago
Expect not: Watch for any additional symptoms. If none appear you should be ok. ...Read more
How long after a head injury does a chronic subdural hematoma typically present in terms of symptoms? Can it present up to 1 year later?
Unpredictable: Usually most of the time immediately in couple of hrs some times few few days, epidural takes more time, will have lucid interval, some times dormant for months, the reason head injury needs evaluation by trained physician and CT scans are required most of the time, clear instructions from ER at the time of discharge ...Read more
If normal symptoms post concussion are the same as delayed subdural hematoma symptoms-how are you to know if u should go to be evaluated?
Still need an Eval: Either way an accurate diagnosis should be made as these are still different entitities with different treatments. First we have to make a Diagnosis of a hematoma and that requires neuroimaging. Depending on the symptoms one is manifesting after concussion, addiional tests, monitoring and followup are critical. This may include neuroimaging. Thus I would recommend a ER or Neurology consult asap. ...Read more
9 days ago I hit head ice skating. Didn't pass put. Now, only symptom headache when I use iPad too much. Subdural hematoma risk?
Had MRI after lumbar puncture due to pain. No leak/hematoma. Bulging disc, tears, cysts. No pain/symptoms before puncture, did it cause/irritate this?
Subdural hematoma in brain occurence chances after a 2 year old burr hole surgery due to drinking alcohol getting wierd symptoms since last month.
Be Evaluated: Impossible to determine without further study. But if any new problems with balance, coordination, or thought process, please be evaluated immediately. ...Read more
A hematoma after back surgery 2 years ago. Could that be causing my symptoms? Constipation, fatigue, stomach pain?
Unlilely: I can't see how as the hematoma reabsorbed by now. 2years. ...Read more
Can a person have a subdural hematoma or skull fracture for a month with only symptoms being side headache and back head pain? Got black eye month ago
Edema, fatigue: There are many different types of renal diseases with different symptoms. Symptoms may include: swelling in legs/around eyes (edema), malaise (not feeling well), fatigue, foamy urine, blood in urine, pain in kidney area (flank), decreased or increased urinary output (decreased or increased urination). These symptoms are not specific for kidney diseases and can be associated with other conditions. ...Read more
Varies widely.: The symptoms & signs of renal insufficiency vary widely. It depends on the degree of kidney underfunction, the onset, the cause, & the duration. If gradual, there may be no initial symptoms. Sometimes there is blood in the urine & flank pain. Ultimately, hypertension, swelling & uremia results: anorexia, nausea, vomiting, pericarditis, peripheral neuropathy, & central nervous system abnormalities. ...Read more
Almost none: Most kidney tumors have almost no symptoms, whether benign or malignant. If a cyst or tumor has sudden bleeding (hemorrhage) or gets infected, or blocks flow to the bladder, there may be pain or even fever associated, but this is rare. A urinalysis done in a lab may reveal clues about a tumor or cyst, but a ct scan or ultrasound is best for diagnosis. ...Read more
How bad is having mild bilateral renal parenchymal disease more so in the right what symptoms should I watch that is dangerous. Thank u?
Vague: Kidney disease is notorious for causing very vague nebulous symptoms sometimes like, fatigue, insomnia, nausea, decreased appetite, metallic taste in the mouth, etc. Unless someone looks at the blood test results, it might be hard to pin these non-specific symptoms on to kidney failure. I have a more comprehensive list here http://www. Kidneydoctorbradenton. Org/2013/04/what-are-signs-and-symptoms-o. ...Read more
Renal failure: Renal insufficiency is often asymptomatic initially. However as renal function deteriorates, you get a build up of toxin in the blood which cause nausea, vomiting, fatigue, shortness of breath, tremor/twitching, daytime somnolence, food can begin to taste bad....This is usually after the kidney function is less than 30% (often less than 15%). ...Read more
Vague: Kidney failure is notorious for causing very vague nebulous symptoms sometimes like, fatigue, insomnia, nausea, decreased appetite, metallic taste in the mouth, etc. I have a more comprehensive list on my blog at http://www. Kidneydoctorbradenton. Org/2013/04/what-are-signs-and-symptoms-of-ckd. Html. ...Read more
Renal insufficency: Renal insufficiency is now called chronic kidney disease (ckd). There are very few symptoms, if any in stages 1 and 2 of ckd. When people progress on to higher stages of ckd, there ares some blood labs that turn abnormal. Patients are symptom free, until their gfr. ...Read more
Kidney disease stage: You need to see a nephrologist to get a 24 hour urine for creatinine clearance and protein. This will give you your renal function and put you into a stage of chronic kidney disease (ckd). You may feel no symptoms until stage 5 CKD where you may have some anorexia or reversal of day-night sleeping patterns. Patients with CKD in stages 3-4 may have anemia and with high parathyroid hormone levels. ...Read more
Symptoms of CKD.: You may not be able to distinguish symptoms of early chronic kidney disease (ckd). Most patients in stage 3 have few, if any symptoms. You need to see a nephrologist (n) to see if you have any signs of advanced ckd. Among them are, low calcium and hemoglobin levels. Other signs are high parathyroid hormone and phosphorus levels. See a n early to effectively treat any problems that may develop. ...Read more
Uremic symptoms: As kidney function deteriorates, one will start to develop symptoms of uremia (i.e. build-up of toxins the kidneys are unable to excrete) including persistent nausea, vomiting, poor appetite, diffuse itching, depression, and inability to concentrate. As chronic kidney disease progresses, anemia will get worse and feel tired (kidneys produce a hormone that stimulates bone marrow to produce RBCs) ...Read more