25-Year-Old Man With Flank Pain, Hematuria, and Proteinuria

Smyth, Andrew; Garovic, Vesna D.
January 2009
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jan2009, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
The article presents the clinical study of the medical case of a 25-year-old nonsmoking male tire technician with flank pain, hematuria and proteinuria. Based on the study, the patient appeared clinically well without evidence of distress, pallor or jaundice. The patient's laboratory tests that yielded various laboratory results are presented in the study.


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