MCQ – 71138

Question

A 52-year-old woman presented with gross haematuria associated with right loin pain for 3 days. On physical examination, she was tender over the right loin region but was afebrile. Blood tests were essentially normal. A KUB was performed as an initial investigation. What can be the most possible diagnosis?

A. Renal Infarct

B.

Renal Calculus

C.

Ureteric Calculus

D.

Renal Carcinoma

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