Bradley C. Gill, MD, MS
Challenging cases in urology: Persistent ureteral stone in a 76-year-old male
An elderly male with hypertension, lumbar spinal stenosis, morbid obesity, and ED presents with acute right-sided worsening of his chronic back pain. A distal right ureteral stone is found on CT and his symptoms respond well to medical therapy, but he later develops severe right flank pain.