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Kidney pain — also called renal pain — refers to pain arising from infection, injury or inflammation of a kidney. You may feel kidney pain as a dull, one-sided ache in your upper back, often accompanied by fever and urinary symptoms.
Some people are surprised to learn exactly where the kidneys are located. Your kidneys are located relatively high in your body, under your lower ribs. It’s not unusual to attribute back pain or side (flank) pain to your kidneys.
Possible causes of kidney pain include:
- Bleeding in your kidney (hemorrhage)
- Blood clots in kidney veins (renal vein thrombosis)
- Urinary tract infection (UTI)
- Arteriosclerosis / atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries leading to the kidneys)
- Horseshoe kidney, a condition present at birth in which the two kidneys are fused together
- Kidney cancer or kidney tumor
- Kidney infection (pyelonephritis)
- Kidney swelling due to a backup of urine (hydronephrosis)
- Polycystic kidney disease
Dr. Caesar has published many book chapters on subjects ranging from robotic kidney surgery to prostatitis. He has researched and written articles on a variety of topics including kidney cancer, laser treatment of BPH (enlarged prostate), and hematuria. While at Penn, he worked with and trained under a number of leading surgeons and experts in the field of urology. He maintains a very strong relationship with the institution and its affiliated hospitals.
Dr. Caesar’s areas of interest include minimally invasive (laparoscopic) and robotic surgery for the treatment of both cancer and benign diseases, a wide variety of treatments for BPH, prosthetics including inflatable penile prostheses, medical and surgical treatment of urinary incontinence, removal of kidney stones, and sexual medicine.
He has attended courses to learn advanced robotic techniques in treating urologic diseases, and state-of-the-art methods in the surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and BPH. He is excited to bring these procedures to our practice and the patients he treats.
Dr. Caesar is a member of the American Urological Association.
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