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    Challenging cases in urology: Persistent ureteral stone in a 76-year-old male



    Duplicated renal collecting systems and other structural renal abnormalities, albeit more clinically significant in the pediatric population, represent anatomic variants that may influence the treatment of urologic conditions. A thorough history and physical examination, broad differential diagnosis, and surgical scrutiny can help minimize the diagnostic challenges presented by duplicated upper tracts in adults.

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