Known case of urolithiasis presents with inability to pass urine during last few hours.
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There are bilateral renal calyceal calculi without hydronephrosis. Urinary bladder is partly distended (prevoid volume - about 45 cc). Transvaginal scan shows urethral calculus (8-9 mm).
Findings of urethral and bilateral renal calyceal calculi. A previous ultrasound 4 months prior had demonstrated a right pelvi-ureteric junction calculus (8 mm), which is not present on this follow-up ultrasound, and bilateral renal calyceal calculi.