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Some possible causes of a swollen kidney are kidney stones, blood clot, urinary tract infection, tumor and an enlarged prostate, according to the National Kidney Foundation. The medical term for this condition is hydrone... More »

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Fluid accumulation and inflammation stemming from an underlying health condition causes swollen legs, as explained by Mayo Clinic, and an injury resulting from an accident, fall or sports-related activity can also cause ... More »

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Swollen legs in elderly people are mainly due to venous insufficiency, kidney problems or heart failure, states Seniorhealth365. Joint swelling, especially in the toe, and fractures of bone due to bone conditions such as... More »

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Causes of a blood clot, or hematuria, in male urine include urinary tract infections, kidney stones and an enlarged prostate, states Healthline. Patients with this condition should receive medical treatment to prevent ot... More »

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Urgent urination in men can be caused by a urinary tract infection, an enlarged prostate or in rare cases, bladder cancer, according to MedlinePlus. Less-common causes of the condition include anxiety, alcohol use and ov... More »

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Causes of bloody urine include kidney infections, enlarged prostate, sickle cell anemia, kidney disease and bladder or kidney stones, states Mayo Clinic. Blood in the urine may come from the kidney, the bladder, the uret... More »

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Urinary bleeding, also called hematuria, is caused by several conditions, including kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney infection, urinary tract infection and kidney failure, according to MedlinePlus. Blood in the urin... More »

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