Kelly Maloney, MD
McLeod Urology Associates – Sumter
09 DECEMBER 2019
Stones in the kidney can often times go undiagnosed as they do not cause pain. When a stone leaves the kidney and travels through the ureter tube to the bladder, it can become lodged in the ureter. When the flow of urine out of the kidney is blocked, the kidney to swells resulting in pain, nausea and vomiting.