Mama had a Rolling Stone – An Unusual Complication and Management of an Infected Renal Calculus

MICR-62
Michelle L. Ricketts, Shelby Champion and Daniele Wiseman
 
Abstract
 
Renal stones are a common clinical finding. We present the rare case of nephrocutaneous fistulization following a longstanding history of asymptomatic nephrolithiasis. Fistula formation is typically associated with recent abdominal surgery, xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis or tuberculosis. Due to unique circumstances this patient was unwilling to engage in conventional surgical options leading to the involvement of Interventional Radiology for percutaneous stone extraction with the placement of an abscess drain under fluoroscopic guidance.

Published on: January 25, 2021
doi: 10.17756/micr.2021-062
Citation: Ricketts ML, Champion S, Wiseman D. 2021. Mama had a Rolling Stone – An Unusual Complication and Management of an Infected Renal Calculus. J Med Imaging Case Rep 5(1): 6-9.

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