Ocala Regional Medical Center
passing, kidney stones, emergency medicine, uterus, massive ureterolithiasis
Emergency Medicine | Male Urogenital Diseases
The authors present the case of a 40-year-old male who visited the emergency department with left-sided flank pain. He was found to have a 12 mm ureteropelvic stone and was provided parenteral analgesia before being admitted to the hospital for urology consultation. The presentation and diagnosis of his case along with treatment options against a backdrop of related studies are discussed.
Publisher or Conference
Zaman S, Mangal R, Stead TS, Dubey J, Ganti L. Massive Ureterolithiasis. Cureus. 2022;14(7):e27234. doi:10.7759/cureus.27234