Unilateral ureteric stone associated with gross hydronephrosis and kidney shrinkage: a cadaveric report

@inproceedings{Iravani2014UnilateralUS,
  title={Unilateral ureteric stone associated with gross hydronephrosis and kidney shrinkage: a cadaveric report},
  author={Omid Iravani and Ern-Wei Tay and Boon-Huat Bay and Y. K. Ng},
  booktitle={Anatomy & cell biology},
  year={2014}
}
Ureteric stones are a common cause of obstruction of the urinary tract, usually presenting with characteristic signs and symptoms, such as acute ureteric colic and hematuria. Occasionally, stones may present with non-specific symptoms such as low back pain and remain unidentified, leading to stone growth, chronic ureteric obstruction and complications such… CONTINUE READING