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Journal of Case Reports
Giant Bladder Stones Presentation and Management
Alaa Eddin Obeid, Ahmed Alrashed, Hussain Alaradi, Ali Alaradi, Abdolsalam Ahmadi, Akbar Jalal 
Department of Urology, Salmaniya Medical Complex, Road 2904, Manama 329, Kingdom of Bahrain.
Corresponding Author:
Dr Alaa Eddin Obeid
Email: aeo10501@rcsi-mub.com
Received: 26-OCT-2020 Accepted: 11-JAN-2021 Published Online: 05-FEB-2021
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17659/01.2021.0007
Background: Urolithiasis is third most frequent urological disease. The incidence of giant bladder stones is rare and there is minimal data on the causes and management of such presentation. Case Report: We hereby report a 41-year-old male who presented with acute urinary obstruction. X-ray KUB views of the abdomen showed a large calcified stone occluding the urinary bladder. The percutaneous cystolithotripsy (PCCL) with concurrent cystoscopy relieved his symptoms. Conclusion: In this paper we will present a case of a 41-year-old male who presented with lower urinary tract symptoms and was later found to have post-renal acute kidney injury due to two bladder stones largest measuring 4.3 cm.
Keywords : Acute Kidney Injury, Cystoscopy, Kidney, Urinary Bladder Neck Obstruction, Urolithiasis, Urologic Diseases.
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