# Question Solved1 Answer​​​​​​​ 1. Discuss completely and correlate the anatomic basis of the signs and symptoms of the patient. 2. Discuss the possible complications if this condition if left untreated. A 62-year-old man comes to the emergency department at $$5 \mathrm{PM}$$ complaining of left flank pain for approximately 2 hours. The pain started earlier the same day, had become progressively worse, and was not relieved by changes in position. The patient denied hematuria, dysuria, constipation, diarrhea, or any recent trauma. He has a history of hypertension. On presentation, the patient's vital signs were stable; however, he appeared in obvious discomfort. His initial vital signs are: HR 98, RR 24, BP 190/105, Temp $$37.3$$. Results of his physical examination included clear lungs; a regular heart rate and rhythm; and an obese abdomen that was soft and had mild distention. There was pulsatile mass noted on light palpation of the abdomen with considerable discomfort with pain radiating to his flank and back bilaterally.

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1. Discuss completely and correlate the anatomic basis of the signs and symptoms of the patient.

2. Discuss the possible complications if this condition if left untreated.

Transcribed Image Text: A 62-year-old man comes to the emergency department at $$5 \mathrm{PM}$$ complaining of left flank pain for approximately 2 hours. The pain started earlier the same day, had become progressively worse, and was not relieved by changes in position. The patient denied hematuria, dysuria, constipation, diarrhea, or any recent trauma. He has a history of hypertension. On presentation, the patient's vital signs were stable; however, he appeared in obvious discomfort. His initial vital signs are: HR 98, RR 24, BP 190/105, Temp $$37.3$$. Results of his physical examination included clear lungs; a regular heart rate and rhythm; and an obese abdomen that was soft and had mild distention. There was pulsatile mass noted on light palpation of the abdomen with considerable discomfort with pain radiating to his flank and back bilaterally.
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Transcribed Image Text: A 62-year-old man comes to the emergency department at $$5 \mathrm{PM}$$ complaining of left flank pain for approximately 2 hours. The pain started earlier the same day, had become progressively worse, and was not relieved by changes in position. The patient denied hematuria, dysuria, constipation, diarrhea, or any recent trauma. He has a history of hypertension. On presentation, the patient's vital signs were stable; however, he appeared in obvious discomfort. His initial vital signs are: HR 98, RR 24, BP 190/105, Temp $$37.3$$. Results of his physical examination included clear lungs; a regular heart rate and rhythm; and an obese abdomen that was soft and had mild distention. There was pulsatile mass noted on light palpation of the abdomen with considerable discomfort with pain radiating to his flank and back bilaterally.