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A buildup of urine can cause swollen kidneys in adults, according to the National Kidney Foundation. The name of this condition is hydronephrosis, and it occurs when the urine cannot drain from the kidney to the bladder ... More »

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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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According to WebMD, swollen feet are caused by a variety of factors that include pregnancy, injuries such as sprained ankles and lymph fluid retention. While swollen feet during pregnancy is considered common, rapid swel... More »

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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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Causes of blood in a child's urine, also known as hematuria, include cysts or other blockages in the urinary tract, mineral imbalances, diseases that impede the filtration of blood in the kidneys, and inherited kidney di... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, there are two primary causes for swelling in the legs: fluid buildup or inflammation. Factors relating to swollen legs range from minor to severe. More »

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Early signs of kidney problems are protein in the urine and high levels of creatinine in the blood, which is calculated according to age, sex and race, notes the National Kidney Foundation. The test for creatinine levels... More »

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