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To our knowledge spontaneous erosion of a staghorn calculus in the renal vein is unreported.
Coronal computed tomography image showing right staghorn calculus.
Ultrasound of XGP shows an enlarged kidney, central echogenic foci, and multiple anechoic or hypoechoic areas with a staghorn calculus.
A 43-year-old woman was treated for staghorn calculus that extended into the upper, mid and lower pole infundibulae measuring 4.
Out of which 21 patients (35%) had staghorn calculus, 21 patients (35%) had solitary calculus and 18(30%) had multiple calculi.
1,2) The association of horseshoe kidney with staghorn calculus is rare.