[Clinical Picture] Stone in urethra causing chronic pelvic pain
A 50-year-old man presented to the hospital with perineal pain that had been troubling him for 5 years. He described it as a mild, dull ache that was aggravated by riding his motorcycle. The patient did not report any bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms. He was able to generate a reasonable urinary stream, and preoperative uroflowmetry showed a maximum flow rate of 11·2mL/s, a voided volume of 215 mL, and a post-void residual volume of 20 mL.