Sudden Onset Abdominal Pain in A 42yo Male
959th Clinical Support Squadron San Antonio United States
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A 42-year-old male smoker with a history of hypertension and hyperlipidemia presents to the ED with 2 hours of sudden onset, persistent, severe, right sided kidney pain that he describes as aching and stabbing in nature. The pain radiates into his right testicle and is exacerbated by movement. Associated symptoms include nausea and sweating. He denies recent illness, fever, palpitations, or urinary complaints. All other ROS negative.
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