Bladder stone, X-ray

Bladder stone, X-ray

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Caption: Bladder stone. Coloured frontal X-ray of the abdomen of a 65-year-old male patient, showing a large bladder stone (centre). Bladder stones are crystalline masses caused by precipitation of salts in the urine. Urinary stone disease (urolithiasis) is usually the result of a diet low in phosphate and protein, or a urinary tract infection. A large stone such as this would usually require surgical removal.

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