MCQ – 71139

Question

A 45-year-old man, complained of severe left loin pain for one day. The pain was colicky and sharp and radiated to the left groin. Physical examination was essentially normal. Urine examination was positive for RBC and negative for WBC. A KUB  followed by an IVU, a few days later was performed. What is the possible diagnosis?

A.

Hydronephrosis

B.

Renal Cell Carcinoma

C.

Renal Calculi

D.

Ureteric Calculi

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