Spontaneous Passage of Left Ureteral Multiple Calculi from Caliceal Diverticular Calculi: A Case Report

Inui, K.; Murata, M.; Nakagawa, Y.; Ikeda, Y.; Nishiyama, T.; Tomita, Y.

Journal of Endourology Case Reports 5(1): 10-12


ISSN/ISBN: 2379-9889
PMID: 30989121
DOI: 10.1089/cren.2018.0081
Accession: 066694682

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Caliceal diverticular calculi are rather fixed and they are rare to be delivered spontaneously. We experienced a case of spontaneous passage of left ureteral multiple calculi from caliceal diverticular calculi. A 65-year-old female suffered from left back pain and was referred to our hospital. She was found to have left ureteral multiple calculi and left caliceal diverticular calculi. After a month observation, all ureteral calculi were delivered spontaneously. Multiple ureteral calculi from caliceal diverticular calculi could be delivered spontaneously and conservative management may be an option for the treatment.