A man with multiple abdominal calcifications

  • Rohsila M
  • Nani D
  • Siti Suhaila Y

Abstract

A 65-year-old man presented with a dull, aching pain in the left lumbar region for three days duration. The pain was aggravated by movement and associated with low grade fever and vomiting. He had a few episodes of passing out sandy particles in his urine, several days prior to admission. He denied any lower urinary tract symptoms or alteration in his bowel habits. (copied from article).

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Published
2012-06-01
How to Cite
MR., DN., & YS. S. (2012). A man with multiple abdominal calcifications. Malaysian Family Physician, 7(1), 2. Retrieved from https://www.e-mfp.org/ojs3/index.php/MFP/article/view/25
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