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Cause of flank pain radiating down?

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Dr. Eduardo Haddad
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: Kidney stones

The most common cause would be a kidney stone trying to pass down the ureter into the bladder.
The pain is colicky and severe and it follows the tract of the ureter which is to go to the groin region on the side of the stone.

In brief: Kidney stones

The most common cause would be a kidney stone trying to pass down the ureter into the bladder.
The pain is colicky and severe and it follows the tract of the ureter which is to go to the groin region on the side of the stone.
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