Hydronephrosis is a medical term that refers to a condition in which one or both kidneys become stretched and swollen due to urine build-up. A blockage within the tube that connects the kidney to the bladder causes it (ureter). A kidney stone, an infection, an enlarged prostate, a blood clot, or a tumour are all possible causes. Common symptoms of this illness include trouble urinating and pain in the side, abdominal, or groyne area. Antibiotics may be prescribed in cases where there is an infection. In extreme cases, the bladder or kidney may require drainage to ease the condition.

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