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Loin Pain and Haematuria Syndrome (LPHS) complicating Symptomatic Nephroptosis (SN), cured with renal sympathetic denervation and nephropexy (RSD&N) surgery: Case report

Ahmed N Ghanem 1*, Khalid A Ghanem1, Nisha Pindoria2 Salma A Ghanem 3

Mansoura University Hospital, Egypt
North Middlesex University Hospital, London 
Royal London Hospital, London 

Citation: Ghanem AN, Ghanem KA, Pindoria N, Ghanem SA (2020) Loin Pain and Haematuria Syndrome (LPHS) complicating Symptomatic Nephroptosis (SN), cured with renal sympathetic denervation and nephropexy (RSD&N) surgery: Case report. SciTech Management Sciences 2020. Thailand 

 

Received: December 04, 2019         Accepted: December 06, 2019         Published: December 06, 2019

Abstract

Introduction and objective:
To report a case demonstrating the link of LPHS with SN that is based on IVU7 sign and retrograde pyelography.  Renal Sympathetic denervation  and Nephropexy (RSD&N) Surgery has proved curable for the condition. 
Patient and methods
The reported case in which IVU with erect film shows the IVU7 sign is measure of renal pedicle stretch. Retrograde pyelography (RGP) showed the internal renal damage while all ancillary imaging were normal. The surgery of RSD&N was used for treatment of the condition.
Results
An IVU with erect film and RGP detected the diagnosis and the renal pathology while no other imaging could. Comparing IVU supine and erect revealed the IVU7 sign which is a measure of renal pedicle stretch causing artery stenosis and ischaemia. The findings on RGP show erosion of renal papillae and leakage of contrast medium into renal veins which is the site of hamaturia. The surgery of RSD&N cured the condition.
Conclusion
 An IVU with erect film and RGP clinched the diagnosis and revealed the renal pathology while no other imaging could. It should be essential diagnostic investigation in every LPHS case. The surgery of RSD&N cured the condition.