A giant panurinary stone revealed by pyonephrosis and acute renal failure

Yassine El Abiad, Mohammed Bellahcen, Bouzid Balla, Youness Dehayni, Abdelghani Ammani, Abdelmounaim Qarro, Mohammed Alami


Urinary stones are a common problem with increasing incidence, but giant ones leading to severe complications are rare nowadays. We report here a historic case of panurinary stone filling almost all urinary cavities and incidentally discovered by a life-threatening sepsis and acute renal dysfunction.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/css.v2n3p15


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