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M Muttarak, N Pattamapaspong
Correspondence: Prof Malai Muttarak, firstname.lastname@example.org
A 50-year-old man presented with recurrent episodes of right flank pain and dysuria for many years. Abdominal radiograph and intravenous urography showed extensive right renal parenchymal calcification in a lobar distribution and a non-functioning right kidney, characteristic of end-stage tuberculosis. The pathology, clinical manifestations, and radiological findings of renal tuberculosis are discussed.
Keywords: genitourinary tuberculosis, kidneys, renal diseases, tuberculosis, tuberculous autonephrectomy
Singapore Med J 2004; 45(5): 239-241