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However, complete staghorn calculus is rare in polycystic kidney disease and predicts a gloomy prognosis of kidney. Bilateral staghorn calculi in a 50 year old female patient with recurrent urinary tract infection. Contact us Submission enquiries: When viewed on bone windows they have a laminated appearance, due to alternating bands of magnesium ammonium phosphate and calcium phosphate 5.
Patient Cases. Lithiasis in cystic kidney disease and malformations of the urinary tract. Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease. Cancel Submit Comment. Image A Image B Bilateral staghorn calculi in a 50 year old female patient with recurrent urinary tract infection. After removal of kidney stones, risk factors evaluation and control should always be considered to reduce the frequency of recurrent stone disease in such patients.
Also subscribe me to this thread. Uric acid and cystine are the underlying components of a minority of these calculi 5. Sign up or login to your account. Case 11 Case 11. Case 7 Case 7.
Close Please Note: Cases and figures. The majority of staghorn calculi are symptomatic, presenting with fever, hematuria, flank pain and potentially septicaemia and abscess formation.
Symptoms usually were relieved within a week with antibiotics therapy, but the infections relapsed easily. There are no comments posted here yet.
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