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Seminal Vesicle Stones

Due to ejaculatory duct obstruction or chronic infection, the seminal vesicle may develop stones. Signs and symptoms are pain, infection, or infertility. Treatment consists of removing the seminal vesicle (laparoscopic, transvesical, or perineal access) with adjuvant antibiotic therapy (Kilciler, 2002).

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Kilciler, M.; Sağlam, M.; Ozgök, Y.; Somuncu, I.; Erduran, D. and Harmankaya, C.: Giant seminal vesicle stones. Report of two cases. Urol Int, 2002, 69, 250–251.

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