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Kidney stone
Mild left hydronephrosis and hydroureter secondary to a radio opaque calculus which lies in intra-mural/intravesical left ureter. At least four radio-opaque calculi are seen. At least one non-obsrtuctive radio opaque calculus in the right kidney along with at least two minute papillary calcifications.
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All calculi are subcentimetric...can try medical stone  expulsion therapy
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