Giant urethral calculus associated with urethrocutaneous fistula: a case report

Narayan Das, Damodar Chatterjee

Abstract


Urethral stones in men are rare clinical entity and most of them migrate from urinary bladder. Giant urethral calculi are extremely rare. This report describes the case of 62 year male patient presenting with giant bulbar urethral calculus associated with urethrocutaneous fistula.


Keywords


Giant urethral calculus, Urethrocutaneous fistula, Perineal urothrotomy

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