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Left flank colicky pain, and nausea and intermittent vomiting for one week.
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Two calculi with coronal heights up to 8 mm are impacted in the left ureterovesical junction causing pronounced hydroureteronephrosis upstream. The left kidney is relatively enlarged. A few calcified foci in the prostate are seen.
The case illustrates two calculi impacted in ureterovesical junction on non-contrast MDCT and pronounced hydroureteronephrosis upstream. Calculi are the most common cause of ureteric obstruction and in recurrent cases can lead to chronic renal failure.
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- 2022.05.25 P1 by Jessica Billham ◈
- ureter 2 by Mohamed shweel ◉
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