Right flank pain

A 48-year-old male presented for right flank pain. No other symptoms. No fever. Blood tests are normal. He had a history of surgery on right nephrolithiasis 2 years ago. He passed stone through left ureter some years back. CT Abdomen is presented. What is your opinion?

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Clearly visible multiple renal calculus in pelvis, lower calyx and upper calyx of right kidney. One calculus is also visible in left kidney. They need surgical removal after RFT

Multiple stone present pelvis ,lower calyx and upper calyx Blood for kidney function test to see any function compromised or not. Surgical removal .

Multiple renal calculi rt side. One renal calculus. Needs surgical intervention after complete evaluation and complications.

Thanks Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Multiple renal calculi rt side Lt side also having one renal calculus

Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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BL.. RENAL CALCULI.. NEED'S.. UROLOGISTS OPINION..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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B/l renal stones

Bilateral renal calculi. RT side multiple,LT side single calculi. Rx will depends on the size , composition of stone and symptoms of the patient.

Multiple right renal calculi

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