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Double dumb-bell calculus in childhood

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Author(s): Joshi Prashant | Sarda Dinesh | Ahmad Ashraf | Gursev | Kothari Paras

Journal: African Journal of Paediatric Surgery
ISSN 0189-6725

Volume: 6;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 122;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: Double dumb-bell calculus | urinary tract calculi | vesicourethral junction

ABSTRACT
An eight-year old male was admitted with complaints of right scrotal swelling, dysuria and intermittent retention of urine for 10 days. On per-rectal examination, a hard mass was palpable in the posterior urethra. An X-ray (KUB) of the abdomen revealed a double dumb-bell calculus at the base of bladder, extending into the posterior urethra. A cystolithotomy via the suprapubic approach was successfully curative.

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