Urethral calculus

Case contributed by Vitalii Rogalskyi


Female with severe episode of left renal colic. Next morning pain has been self-relieved.

Patient Data

Age: 50 years
Gender: Female



Some periureteral fat stranding on the left side (from previous migrated stone). Urethral calculus.

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Annotated image

Urethral calculus (red arrow).

Case Discussion

In this case kidney calculus has migrated to the urinary bladder and then to urethra. And now it is called urethral calculus rather than ureteric calculus.

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