Urinothorax in a child secondary to obstructive renal stone
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Urinothorax is described as the presence of urine in the pleural space. It is most commonly secondary to genitourinary trauma and obstructive uropathy. It is a rare and very unusual presentation of pleural effusion mostly secondary to trauma or obstructive uropathy. Obstructive uropathy leading to urinothorax may be due to prostatic hypertrophy, renal cysts, posterior urethral valve, prostatic carcinoma, renal calculi, and renal transplantation. Here, we discuss a rare case of urinothorax secondary to renal stone disease in a 5-year-old child with a solitary functioning kidney...

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