The severe stabbing pain that occurs when a kidney stone passes through a ureter.
The name given to an intermittent, but often very severe, abdominal pain which is most commonly caused by a tiny stone passing down the ureter, which is the tube which connects the kidney to the bladder.
sharp pain in the lower back that radiates into the groin; associated with the passage of a renal calculus through the ureter
A severe pain on one side of the lower back, usually as a result of a kidney stone.
Flank pain caused by obstruction to the flow of urine, often caused by kidney or uretal stones.
Sharp, severe pain in the lower back, over the kidney, radiating forward into the groin.
Colic: spasm in any hollow or tubular organ accompanied by pain. In urology, renal colic caused by expansion of the collecting system to obstruction caused by passage of a stone, clot or foreign body. Marked by intense pain and waves of spasm. The extremely severe pain associated with a kidney stone attack.
Renal colic is a type of pain commonly caused by kidney stones.