Treatment of a patient with total urinary calculi: a case report

Jiajia Ma, Xuebao Zhang, Jipeng Wang, Zhongbao Zhou, Chunhua Lin


Urinary tract stones are a general term for stone disease in various parts of the urinary system and are common diseases of the urinary system. According to the location of the stone, it is divided into kidney stones, ureteral stones, bladder stones, urethra stones. Total urinary calculi occur less frequently, usually accompanied by severe clinical symptoms and difficult to treat. A 76-year-old man was admitted to hospital with repeated bladder stones for 7 years, repeated dysuria with frequent urination and dysuria for 2 months. After admission, the patient improved the relevant examination, and the patient was finally diagnosed with total urinary calculi combined with infection. After a series of orderly and effective treatments, especially the completion of the one-stage operation, the patient recovered smoothly and was discharged. Complicated whole-course urolithiasis is relatively rare and a single operation of total urinary calculi is feasible.