Predisposition. Spontaneous thrombosis of a non peripheral vien suggests a possibility of underlying predisposition for clotting. Evaluation of protein c, protein s activities, d dimer, factor x and cardolipin and phosphlpid antibodies should be evaluated. All to say a fell hemotolaogic workup is necessary. If these abnormaitie exist consider smoking birthcontrol cancer as underlying triggers.
Many causes. Blood clotting disorders, dehydration, hormones, tumor, blunt trauma, and pressure from aortic aneurysm.
No. Renal vein thrombosis is usually painless.
Can be. Can cause flank pain.
RVT. It all depends upon the cause. If the cause is cancer then successful treatment of the cancer should "cure" the rvt. If the cause is a disease in the kidney (eg. Most notably a disease called mebranous glomerulopathy) then it is not likely that there will be a "cure" since this form of kidney disease has no known "cure". Anticoagulation can help to prevent worsening of the problem.
Blot clot. Renal vein thrombosis means that a blood clot has formed in your renal vein, which is the blood vessel that returns blood from your kidney to you heart.
Renal vein thrombosi. Is the presence of a blood clot in the kidney veins. Often is associated with some kidneys cancers.
Occlussion. Renal vein thrombosis means occlussion of the vein draining the kidney. The vein is occluded by clot. It typically occurs in the left renal vein. It may be caused by trauma, cancer, extrinsic compression or from a hypercoagulable state.
No. Need to find underlying cause of thrombosis to prevent recurrence of thrombosis. May need anticoagulation to prevent recurrence.
Treats itself. With the help of blood thinner, which helps keep the clot from growing.
RVT. The presentation of renal vein thrombosis (rvt) is variable, and patients may be asymptomatic. When rvt occurs as a result of malignancy, the signs of the renal malignancy (eg, bloody urine, weight loss) predominate. The more common chronic form of rvt is generally has no symptoms. The less frequent acute form usually occurs in younger patients, with flank pain and visible blood in the urine, wh.
Nothing go ASAP. Renal vein thrombosis is an emergent condition, requiring immediate treatment to prevent a pulmonary embolus (pe). There needs to be an evaluation for a cause for the thrombosis and prompt treatment to resolve the clot and prevent progression of the clot and possible pe or loss of the kidney.
Must be seen! Very dangerous.
Absolutely nothing. As drs. Korona and higginbotham have said, a renal vein thrombosis is nothing to play chicken with. It must be treated as an emergency in the hospital.
Warfarin. The medicine would be warfarin, which is a blood thinner. Underlying reason for the thrombosis if known should be treated, and if not known, try to find out.
Goes away on its own. Usually renal vein thrombosis will resolve on its own with the help of a blood thinner, which helps keep the clot from getting worse or going to the lungs.