bladder stone

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Related to bladder stone: kidney stone, Bladder infection
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Noun1.bladder stone - a calculus formed in the bladderbladder stone - a calculus formed in the bladder  
calculus, concretion - a hard lump produced by the concretion of mineral salts; found in hollow organs or ducts of the body; "renal calculi can be very painful"
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Depending on where a stone is located, it may be called a kidney stone, ureteral stone, or bladder stone.
Doctors operated upon him and took out the egg-shaped bladder stone, which was almost as big as an ostrich egg, a report published Thursday said.
A 25 x 15 mm opacity at bony pelvis was observed on her plain X-ray radiography of the abdomen and a 3 x 2 cm bladder stone was seen on ultrasound (Fig.
It helps in diagnosis of cancer, circulatory conditions and disorders (coronary artery disease, blood clots, and blood vessel aneurysms), kidney and bladder stone, spinal conditions, inflammatory diseases (ulcerative colitis and sinusitis), and injuries to head, skeletal system and internal organs.
A DOG had a lucky escape after vets discovered it had a bladder stone the size of an ORANGE.
In some cases a bladder stone may have damaged the inside of the bladder.
may also cause bladder stone formation due to usage of non-absorbable sutures.
A repeated X-ray abdomen was done which showed normal bowel loops and a large opacity in pelvis suggestive of bladder stone causing bladder outlet obstruction and other opacity in the near-left iliac crest around the site of colostomy.
Men, on the other hand, do have a higher risk of osteoporosis if they have had a kidney or bladder stone.
Jorden Manasse, a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Veterinary Medicine's Department of Pathobiological Sciences, for her micrograph of a stained cholelith or gall bladder stone in a golden lion tamarin.
In 2010, Abdullah underwent a surgery to remove a gall bladder stone at a hospital in Oman.
Bladder stones in elderly men are often associated with bladder outlet obstruction (BOO) caused by benign prostatic enlargement (BPE) and treatment usually combines endoscopic removal of bladder stone and transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) for managing the BOO.