Uncommon radiologic observations in renal milk-of-calcium stone.

  title={Uncommon radiologic observations in renal milk-of-calcium stone.},
  author={William Francis Reynolds and Alisa M Goldstein and Eric J. Williams and R B Fauer},
  volume={11 4},
  • William Francis Reynolds, Alisa M Goldstein, +1 author R B Fauer
  • Published in Urology 1978
  • Medicine
  • Milk-of-calcium stone is a rare finding in the kidney. It is diagnosed radiologically based on the fact that the opacity takes a semilunar shape and layers according to the position of the patient. An unusual observations is that layering may require some time to take place and that the semilunar configuration may be found incidentally in the supine position as well. 

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