Jackstone Calculus

A 75-year-old man presented with a 3-year history of poor urinary flow, recent hematuria, and urgency. He had been taking α-blockers for more than 10 years for lower urinary tract symptoms. He was a nonsmoker. Computed tomography revealed normal kidneys and ureters but a large intravesical extension of the prostate gland and calculi with a spiculated pattern (Figure 1A and B), characteristic of…

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