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Ureterolithiasis

Tillman BGT - MedPix (2009)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ureterolithiasis

History: 51 y/o male presented to the ER with acute sharp left flank pain and blood in urine.

Findings: Non contrast CT of the abdomen demonstrates perinephric stranding of the left kidney and mild hydronephrosis. Two distal left ureteroliths are present, associated with obstruction and both measuring about 6 mm. Also fatty replacement of the left psoas muscle from a previous myositis.

Ddx: Ureterolithasis with obstruction Neoplasm (TCC) Peripelvic cysts Preexisting perinephric fat stranding Atherosclerotic calcifications Phleboliths

Dxhow: CT and stone analysis

Exam: Vital Signs WNL Patient had left flank pain to tenderness UA: Large blood in urine, otherise normal No other focal findings or labs

No MeSH data available.


Dense ureterolith demonstrated in the distal left ureter measuring about 6 mm. Associated ureteral wall thickening is present, consistent with a soft tissue rim sign.
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Ureterolithiasis

Tillman BGT - MedPix (2009)

Dense ureterolith demonstrated in the distal left ureter measuring about 6 mm. Associated ureteral wall thickening is present, consistent with a soft tissue rim sign.
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MPX1689_synpic48728: Dense ureterolith demonstrated in the distal left ureter measuring about 6 mm. Associated ureteral wall thickening is present, consistent with a soft tissue rim sign.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ureterolithiasis

History: 51 y/o male presented to the ER with acute sharp left flank pain and blood in urine.

Findings: Non contrast CT of the abdomen demonstrates perinephric stranding of the left kidney and mild hydronephrosis. Two distal left ureteroliths are present, associated with obstruction and both measuring about 6 mm. Also fatty replacement of the left psoas muscle from a previous myositis.

Ddx: Ureterolithasis with obstruction Neoplasm (TCC) Peripelvic cysts Preexisting perinephric fat stranding Atherosclerotic calcifications Phleboliths

Dxhow: CT and stone analysis

Exam: Vital Signs WNL Patient had left flank pain to tenderness UA: Large blood in urine, otherise normal No other focal findings or labs

No MeSH data available.