UVJ Calculi




This patient presented with complaint of mid pelvic pain. The first two images demonstrate trans-abdominal images of a stone stuck at the distal left ureter as it enters the bladder.

Endovaginal images with urine jet were then demonstrated. At this point, as the transducer was adjusted, the calculi was reduced/expelled from the distal ureter. Additional images were taken again trans-abdominally to demonstrate the calculi was no longer in the distal left ureter, but in fact lay in the right side bladder. Patient passed this calculi during post void into a provided clean catch.






 
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