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Treating Stones in Patients with Horseshoe Kidneys

Kidney stones are a common problem among adult patients with a horseshoe kidney, a congenital disease. Dr. Nakada presents the case of a 68-year-old male patient who has recurrent kidney stone infections and a horseshoe kidney. He discusses the epidemiology of a horseshoe kidney, how to navigate and treat kidney stones with an altered anatomy, and reviews the patient’s two different stone presentations, which included two different strategies of treatment.
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