Home > Kidney Disease > Kidney Stones Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on Feb 07, 2008 by SSavage, Views: 5452 Dr. Savage, a urologist, gives an overview of Kidney Stones. Kidney stones usually cause pain in the back or flank, which can radiate toward the groin. Blood in the urine is also a common finding. Bleeding in the urine may be the first sign of a kidney stone. MUSC. Medical Univ. of South Carolina.