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    LOZA PARY, Wilson Xavier; VILLARREAL ORTIZ², Victor  y  ERGUETA VILELA, Gabriel Alejandro. Giant bladder stone, a strange presentation. SCIENTIFICA [online]. 2016, vol.14, n.1, pp. 35-37. ISSN 1813-0054.

    Bladder stones is a rare condition, the report isolated cases gi-ants are scarce in the literature. the case of a patient of 70 years of age who are diagnosed giant vesical lithiasis urethrocystos-copy and plain abdominal radiography was admitted to our service during your stay he presented a varied symptoms and underwent Transvesical lithectomy extracting a litho presents 8cm x 7cm x 7cm 420 grams, the table during surgery and post-operative major complication not present and was discharged in good condition. This clinical picture despite being quite rare should be considered in patients reporting persistent urinary symptoms and recurrent urinary tract infections, and radiography urethrocystoscopy remain the best diagnostic method. Despite major advances in treatment endourological surgery, the gold standard for proper treatment of it remains the Transvesical lithectomy due to the size and complexity of this dis-ease. The objective is to describe an isolated and review of the literature of this uncommon pathology case.

    Palabras llave : bladder stones; urinary tract infection; cystolithotomy.

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