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Table 2 Analysis of laboratory test results with regard to sex, presence of hematuria, FT, and lower quadrant tenderness.

From: Analysis of clinical and demographic characteristics of patients presenting with renal colic in the emergency department

  CBC n (%) 129 (54.9) Biochemical tests (creatinine, electrolytes vb.) n (%) 62 (26.4) KUB n (%) 54 (23.0) USG n (%) 43 (18.3) BT n (%) 31 (13.2)
Sex      
Female (n = 57) 44 (77.1) 18 (31.5) 16 (28.1) 16 (28.1) 8 (14.0)
Male (n = 178) 85 (47.7) 44 (24.7) 38 (21.3) 27 (15.1) 23 (12.9)
   P value 0,001 0.306 0.294 0.028 0.829
Hematuria*      
No (n = 41) 38 (92.7) 32(78.0) 12 (29.2) 25 (60.1) 16 (39.0)
Yes (n = 194) 91 (46.9) 30 (15.4) 42 (21.6) 18 (9.2) 15 (7.7)
   P value 0.001 0.001 0.292 0.001 0.001
Flank Tenderness      
No (n = 97) 57 (58.7) 25 (25.7) 21 (21.6) 26 (26.8) 14 (14.4)
Yes (n = 138) 72 (52.1) 37 (26.8) 33 (23.9) 17 (12.3) 17 (12.3)
   P value 0.318 0.859 0.685 0.005 0.637
Lower Quadrant Tenderness      
No (n = 193) 94 (48.7) 46 (23.8) 45 (23.3) 36 (18.6) 24 (12.4)
Yes (n = 42) 35 (83.3) 16 (38.1) 9 (21.4) 7 (16.6) 7 (16.6)
   P value 0.001 0.057 0.792 0.763 0.463
  1. * 5 and more RBC/HPF on a centrifuged urine specimen