Lower Right Abdominal Pain in a Kidney Transplant Recipient

A 70-year-old woman complained of pain in the right lower abdomen in the region of her allograft. She received a decease-donor renal transplant eight years previously. Her native kidney disease was due to diabetes and other medical diagnoses, including hypertension and peripheral vascular disease. Her medications included acarbose, amlodipine, famotidine, lovastatin, liraglutide, metoprolol, prednisone, and tacrolimus. On examination, she was ...