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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.


More distal obstructing ureterolith with mild hydronephrosis on the left kidney.   Incidental note is made of asymmetry of the left psoas size due to atrophy of the left psoas from a previous myositis.
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Ureterolithiasis

Tillman BGT - MedPix (2009)

More distal obstructing ureterolith with mild hydronephrosis on the left kidney.   Incidental note is made of asymmetry of the left psoas size due to atrophy of the left psoas from a previous myositis.
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MPX1689_synpic48730: More distal obstructing ureterolith with mild hydronephrosis on the left kidney. Incidental note is made of asymmetry of the left psoas size due to atrophy of the left psoas from a previous myositis.

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.