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One and a Half KG Stone extracted from the Bladder of an Indian Citizen
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One and a Half KG Stone extracted from the Bladder of an Indian Citizen

45 year old Mahesh Patel, who is employed as a clerk in State Bank of India's (SBI) Kaprada branch, had visited Dr Patel's hospital complaining difficulty in passing urine on April 5.

The patient was brought to the hospital but the doctors diagnosed pebbles but in the end big stone came out of the bladder.
Surgeons struggled for too long to get the 1.4 KG stone out of the bladder of an Indian citizen.

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In the Indian state of Tamil Nadu a patient was brought to the hospital and he was feeling a swear pain in his bladder and the doctors took X-Ray and decided the operation. The operation succeeded and the doctors took a stone out of the bladder as big as a watermelon.

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The surgeons took about 1 and a half hour with their special tools to extract the stone out of the bladder. The stone is 17 cm long and 11.5 cm thick.

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The patient’s doctor said that a stone of Calcium was there in the Pita of the patient which is not rare thing in India. These kinds of stones are made inside out body and the patients face difficulties to extract urine.

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One and a Half KG Stone extracted from the Bladder of an Indian Citizen - Kelly - 04-13-2017, 05:30 PM

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