Unusual giant prostatic urethral calculus

  • A Bello
  • H.Y Maitama
  • N.H Mbibu
  • G.D Kalayi
  • A Ahmed

Abstract

Giant vesico-prostatic urethral calculus is uncommon. Urethral stones rarely form primarily in the urethra, and they are usually associated with urethral strictures, posterior urethral valve or diverticula. We report a case of a 32-year-old man with giant vesico-prostatic (collar-stud) urethral stone presenting with sepsis and bladder outlet obstruction. The clinical presentation, management, and outcome of the giant prostatic urethral calculus are reviewed.
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eISSN: 2006-8808
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