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Pediatric Urolithiasis Presenting as Acute Urinary Retention: A Case Report and Review

Stacia Novia Marta, Nyoman Dwi Aussie Hary Mastika, Ni Nyoman Sri Rahayu Wulandari, Kadek Budi Santosa.

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Urolithiasis in infants are relatively rare and because of its nature in presenting with Non-specific symptoms the diagnosis of infantile urolithiasis may be rather challenging leading to delayed treatment thus may cause renal damage and subsequent failure by stone obstruction. Evaluation includes complete medical history and physical examination complemented by appropriate laboratory and imaging studies. We present a case report of a 9 month infant with bilateral nephrolithiasis presenting with acute urinary obstruction caused by impacted anterior urethral stone.

Key words: Pediatric urolithiasis, pediatric nephrocalcinosis, acute urinary obtruction

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