A 2.8 cm calculus of the calyx

Patient Ch., a 46-year-old woman referred to the clinic with complains for constant dull aching pain in the left lumbar region, constant nausea, and periodic red urine. The complaints have been lasting for several recent years and have made the women’s lives intolerable.

The patient is significantly overweight.

According to CT results, the patient has a high density (1400 HU) 2.2*2.6*2.7-cm calculus of the left kidney.

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The condition before surgery

The string is introduced

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The direct tool is brought to the calculus; the laser destruction has started.

The calculus is crushed from the inside so the size is still large, but the intensity of the calculus shadow decreases.

The calculus has completely lost its structure; work with fragments.

End of the surgery; the calculus is destructed.

  • Diagnosis:

    Urolithiasis. Calculus in the calyx of the left kidney.

  • Performed:

    Laser destruction of the calculus through ureter.

  • Treatment result:

    The recovered patient is discharged home.

Results of treatment

1.8-cm calculus in the lower calyx.

1.8-cm calculus in the lower calyx.

A 2.8 cm calculus of the calyx

A 2.8 cm calculus of the calyx

Treatment of coral stone 1 degree right, kidney

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