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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Sinogram - radiograph of the dorsolumbar spine and thorax-radio-opacity, suggestive of a staghorn calculus in the left kidney. (b) Sinogram (left lumbar sinus) - sinus communicating with left renal pelvis and bowel loops. (c) Sinogram (left gluteal region) - across midline to reach opposite side along with multiple branching. (d) CECT with fistulogram-dye was seen to be directly entering from the skin to renal pelvis to the small bowel

Figure 1: (a) Sinogram - radiograph of the dorsolumbar spine and thorax-radio-opacity, suggestive of a staghorn calculus in the left kidney. (b) Sinogram (left lumbar sinus) - sinus communicating with left renal pelvis and bowel loops. (c) Sinogram (left gluteal region) - across midline to reach opposite side along with multiple branching. (d) CECT with fistulogram-dye was seen to be directly entering from the skin to renal pelvis to the small bowel