Laminated renal stone
Chronic flank pain and urinary tract infection.
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Laminated stone situated in the right proximal ureter causing hydronephrosis.
A KUB was performed in this patient as part of her evaluation for UTI. The finding of a round laminated opacity at the right renal hilum raised the suspicion of nephrolithiasis. Further evaluation with ultrasound(not shown here)and IVP demonstrates hydronephrosis. She underwent surgery and a 5cm brown malodor laminated calcium oxalate stone was extracted.