PREPRINT RELEASE: Ureteroscopy, Laser Lithotripsy, and Stent Replacement for an Obstructing Left Proximal Ureteral Stone with Forniceal Rupture

Ureteroscopy, Laser Lithotripsy, and Stent Replacement for an Obstructing Left Proximal Ureteral Stone with Forniceal Rupture
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

Ryan A. Hankins, MD
Assistant Professor of Urology
Specialty Director of Urology
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

The patient in this case is a 76-year-old male who was admitted to the ER two weeks prior and was found to have an obstructing, 1-cm left proximal ureteral stone with a forniceal rupture. A left ureteral stent was placed, and he was started on antibiotics. In this video, Dr. Ryan Hankins at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital performs definitive management of the stone with a left ureteroscopy, laser lithotripsy, and stent replacement.