Ureteral stone

Case contributed by Mohammad Taghi Niknejad
Diagnosis certain


Left flank pain and hematuria.

Patient Data

Age: 50 years
Gender: Male

Several small densities are seen in the left renal lodge inferring stones. Additionally, a larger stone located at the proximal of the left ureter causes severe hydronephrosis and delayed contrast excretion. 

Case Discussion

Severe left sided hydronephrosis due to proximal ureteral stone.  

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