Acta Medica Iranica 2016. 54(11):754-755.

Giant Bladder Stone in a Healthy Young Female: A Case Report
Seyed Mohammadreza Rabani

Abstract


Giant or massive bladder stone is a rare condition that is usually seen in men with an underlying urologic problem. Hereby we report a large stone in a healthy young female without any predisposing factor and with the minimal urologic complaint.


Keywords


Bladder stone; Female; Lower urinary tract stone; Bladder calculi

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