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A Pediatric Urology Case: Atypical Flank Pain

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A 10-year-old boy with a history of kidney stones presented to the ED for painful urination and acute left flank pain. Renal ultrasound was performed showing no evidence of kidney stones or other renal pathology. An abdominal non-contrast CT scan revealed multiple calcified densities in the patient's pelvis. Urology was consulted and discovered that this abnormal material was unmetabolized hyaluronic acid gel injections from a Deflux procedure that the patient underwent 6 years prior.

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A Pediatric Urology Case: Atypical Flank Pain

by: Sierra Fleming

A 10-year-old boy with a history of kidney stones presented to the ED for painful urination and acute left flank pain. Renal ultrasound was performed showing no evidence of kidney stones or other renal pathology. An abdominal non-contrast CT scan revealed multiple calcified densities in the patient's pelvis. Urology was consulted and discovered that this abnormal material was unmetabolized hyaluronic acid gel injections from a Deflux procedure that the patient underwent 6 years prior.

A Pediatric Urology Case: Atypical Flank Pain

by: Sierra Fleming

A 10-year-old boy with a history of kidney stones presented to the ED for painful urination and acute left flank pain. Renal ultrasound was performed showing no evidence of kidney stones or other renal pathology. An abdominal non-contrast CT scan revealed multiple calcified densities in the patient's pelvis. Urology was consulted and discovered that this abnormal material was unmetabolized hyaluronic acid gel injections from a Deflux procedure that the patient underwent 6 years prior.