Giant vesical calculus with its complications: The first case to be reported in an adolescent female

  • Pradeepika Gangwar
  • Pushpendra Singh
  • Reena -
  • Shweta Agrawal

Abstract

Urinary bladder stones weighing more than 100 g are considered giant. Here, we are reporting a case of giant vesical calculus weighing 1050 g in an adolescent female presenting with lower urinary tract symptoms and renal insufficiency. Giant vesical calculus is reported in the middle to old age, more commonly in male patients.

Keywords: Adolescent female, Huge vesical calculus, Hypertension, Renal insufficiency
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Gangwar, P., Singh, P., -, R., & Agrawal, S. ( ). Giant vesical calculus with its complications: The first case to be reported in an adolescent female. Indian Journal of Case Reports, 6(2), 76-77. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.32677/IJCR.2020.v06.i02.011
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