Case History: 36-year-old male presented with weak stream and pain.
Case History: A 36-year-old male presented with weak stream and pain.
Figure 1. Scout image prior to urethrogram depict radiodensity in the urethral region and seen in oblique image represents urethral stone.
Figure 2. Ascending urethrogram shows filling defect in membranous urethra with minimal contrast going up confirm the presence of urethral stone.
Figure 4. Ultrasound done before one week of urethrogram demonstrates bilateral mild hydronephrosis and proximal hydro ureter. Rest of both ureter was not seen properly.
On urethrogram, the scout film shows radiodensity in region of urethra, which was seen again in oblique projection.
Urinary tract stones mostly impact the prostatic urethra although ~40% (range 30%-50%) are found in the anterior urethra.