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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2013; 12(2): 125-127


Giant Vaginolith Case Report

Ambreen Amna Siddiqui, Fehmida Memon, Pushpa Sirichand, Anila Quereshi.

Abstract
A case of giant vaginal stone secondary to vesicovaginal fistulae is presented. Vagina is a rare
site for urinary stone formation. Vaginal stones are thought to be formed due to deposition of
urinary salts in the vagina &clinical presentation is variable like difficulty in micturation &
dyspareunia. Proper Vaginal examination can be helpful to make the diagnosis . Attention is
paid especially in young gynecologists for the importance of1st doing pelvic examination before
carrying certain investigations& have a possibility of VVF with vaginal stone.

Key words: Vaginal stone. Outlet obstruction, Vesicovaginal fistula.






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