Case of impacted phosphatic calculi in the urethra, with numerous vesical calculi.

Morton, Thomas George, 1835-1903.

Journal : Photographic review of medicine & surgery ; vol. 1, no. 3.

Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1870-71.

Description : pp. 23-26, [1] pl. ; ill.: 1 photo. ; 24 cm.

Photograph : mounted albumen.

Subject : Urethra — Calculus.

Notes :

Seventeen stones were taken from the urethra, weighing four hundred and forty grains, and five from the bladder, in all weighing two ounces and some grains: they were of the phosphatic variety. The most anterior of the urethral stones measured one and a half inches in length and two inches and a quarter in circumference; the total length of the joined urethral the total length of the joined urethral stones is three and one-fourth inches, and their greatest circumference two and a quarter inches; when placed in position, as may be seen in the photograph, the stones have the shape of the urethra.

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