Formation of a primary stone in the anterior vaginal wall: a case report

Samera F AlBasri

Formation of a primary vaginal stone within an anterior vaginal wall cyst is a rare condition. In this report, we present the case of a 60-year-old woman with a primary stone within a vaginal wall cyst. The patient, P4 + 0, had long complaints of vague urinary symptoms and appearing and disappearing vaginal mass that became persistent, harder, and painful in the last 5 years. The mass was found to be a vaginal cyst containing a stone. Subsequently, the stone of dimensions 2× 2 cm. Thereafter, the patient showed good recovery. Therefore, a diagnosis of vaginal wall cyst should be considered in women with unexplained urinary symptoms.

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