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Renal stone

A 32years old male, All blood reports were normal, on and off Abdominal pain. CT showed following report. is the Surgery mandatory or we need to go for surgery for this renal stones? can any experts pls guide me? If any medical management can someone help. he belong to poor socio economic status and I wanted to know can we do hydrotherapy in this cases?

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Surgical removal is done. It has been obstructed and had severe Abdominal pain

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There calculus in left ureter is. 32 mm or 3.2 mm??? 32 mm is very unusual in ureter, of present need to be operated by ureterorenoscopy 3.2 mm is small calculus will pass out with treatment Rest of the calculi in kidney are small and nonobstructive , do not require treatment

IT'S A..CASE OF.. BL.. RENAL CALCULI.. WITH.. HYDRONEPHROSIS.. ONE BIG SIZED CALCULUS.. 32.4 x 3.4 .. NEED'S SURGICAL INTERVENTION.. REST OF THE CALCULI WILL BE TREATED WITH.. HYDROTHERAPY..

As patient is 42 yrs old and with multiple calculi needs a metabolic assessment and a stone profile. The left ureteric calculus needs URSL and later MET for the rest after pt has recovered .Also the calculus needs to be analysed.

Surgical intervention required to remove and avoid further complications. Hydrotherapy in this case is not advisable .

Surgical removal is done. It has been obstructed and had severe Abdominal pain

Bilateral renal calculus,for bigger one proced for surgery

Small sized calculus is removed with hydrotherapy