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Urinary Tract and male reproductive system | 2.1 Kidney and ureter
Case 2.1.10 Urinary tract stones
Ureteric stones


Ureteric stones:
Ureteric stone with a dilatated pelvicalyceal system and a small perirenal effusion
Ureteric stones:
Ureteric calculus with dilatation and twinkle artefact behind the calculus
Ureteric stones:
Ureteric stone with moderately dilatated right kidney
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone on the left side with a twinkling artefact but without significant dilatation
Ureteric stones:
Proximal left ureter stone with dilatated collecting system and proximal ureter better seen with the patient in prone position
Ureteric stones:
Duplex collecting system with dilatation of the lower pole caused by a stone in the lower pole ureter with a twinkle artefact
Ureteric stones:
Duplex collecting system with dilatation of the lower pole caused by a stone in the lower pole ureter
Ureteric stones:
Duplex kidney with dilatation of the lowerpole caused by a ureteric stone
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone at the crossing of the iliac vessels without dilatation
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter calculus with minimal obstruction and hyperperistalsis in the distal ureter. The stone could only be found after emptying a pa ...
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone with dilatation and thickened ureter wall
Renal and pelvic stones:
Ureter calculus and dilation and infection with echoic material in the renal pelvis and proximal ureter
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone with local dilatation of the ureter but no renal dilatation
Renal and ureteric stones:
Calyceal stones and ureteric stone causing dilatation of the collecting system of the right kidney
Renal and ureteric stones:
Ureter stone in a ureterocele without dilatation of the kidney
Renal and ureteric stones:
Distal ureteric stone with twinkling artefact without obstruction on the left side and a calyceal stone in the right kidney
Unusual cases:
Distal ureter stone which passes to the bladder after drinking water during the examination
Ureteric stones:
Ureteric stone with a dilatated pelvicalyceal system and a small perirenal effusion
Ureteric stones:
Ureteric calculus with dilatation and twinkle artefact behind the calculus
Ureteric stones:
Ureteric stone with moderately dilatated right kidney
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone on the left side with a twinkling artefact but without significant dilatation
Ureteric stones:
Proximal left ureter stone with dilatated collecting system and proximal ureter better seen with the patient in prone position
Ureteric stones:
Duplex collecting system with dilatation of the lower pole caused by a stone in the lower pole ureter with a twinkle artefact
Ureteric stones:
Duplex collecting system with dilatation of the lower pole caused by a stone in the lower pole ureter
Ureteric stones:
Duplex kidney with dilatation of the lowerpole caused by a ureteric stone
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone at the crossing of the iliac vessels without dilatation
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter stone without obstruction
Ureteric stones:
Distal ureter calculus with minimal obstruction and hyperperistalsis in the distal ureter. The stone could only be found after emptying a pa ...
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone with dilatation and thickened ureter wall
Renal and pelvic stones:
Ureter calculus and dilation and infection with echoic material in the renal pelvis and proximal ureter
Ureteric stones:
Ureter stone with local dilatation of the ureter but no renal dilatation
Renal and ureteric stones:
Calyceal stones and ureteric stone causing dilatation of the collecting system of the right kidney
Renal and ureteric stones:
Ureter stone in a ureterocele without dilatation of the kidney
Renal and ureteric stones:
Distal ureteric stone with twinkling artefact without obstruction on the left side and a calyceal stone in the right kidney
Unusual cases:
Distal ureter stone which passes to the bladder after drinking water during the examination
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