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Giant left ureteric stone

Vikash Lal, Sandesh Deolekar, Sangram Karandikar, Lokesh Sreedharan.

A 24 year old male presented with acute pain in left loin with burning micturition, investigation revealed minimal functioning of left kidney with left hydronephrosis and hydroureter and a giant ureteric calculus. He underwent open ureterolithotomy. A giant ureteric calculus measuring 10.5 cm and weighing 49 gm was retrieved from the left ureter post-operative recovery was eventful and was discharged after 10 days.

Key words: Ureteric calculi, Largest stone, Ureteric stone, Upper ureter stone, Giant stone

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