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|Other Titles:||A CASE REPORT OF MULTIPLE GIANT VESICAL CALCULI AND THE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPICAL STUDY|
|Authors:||野田, 進士 |
|Author's alias:||Noda, Shinsi|
|Abstract:||This report deals with a case of multiple giant vesical calculi of a 73-year-old male, who visited our clinic with a history of retardation in urination for a few years. Four stones were removed and weighed 105.6 g, 104.0 g, IS.S g and 16.5 g, total 244.6 g, and there were the fiftieth giant stone in our country. The compositions were proved to be magnesium-ammonium-phosphate-oxalate with ammonium-urate by the method of infrared spectrophotometry (KBr). Each calculus was then split open with a scalpel to give two approximately equal halves, and fractured surfaces were examined with the scanning electron microscope after coating with Au-Pd.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.19 No.12|
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