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 » Health Pain & Symptoms

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 » Health Pain & Symptoms

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 » Health Older Adults
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An enlarged or swollen kidney is usually the result of a backflow of urine from the bladder to the kidney, kidney stones or a blockage of the ureter due to a tumor, scarring or congenital abnormalities, according to Medl... More » Health Conditions & Diseases