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DISCHARGE SUMMARY (UROLOGY)Patient Name: Robert. S. McHardyPatient ID: 17-6589DOB: 10/18 Age: 51 Sex: MDate of Admission: 09/03 at09:00 hrsDate of Discharge: 09/04 at 13:30 hrsReason for Admission: New renal stone at right ureteropelvic junction, please refer to admission H and P.Consultant: Dana Kelly, MD, UrologyLaboratory Data: WBC:13600, Hemoglobin:14.3, Platelet:168000, lymphocytes: 8076, electrolyte is within normal limits, BUN 19, Creatinine1.26, GFR greater than 60, blood sugar 128, urine acid level is normal 5.7, calcium 9.1, amylase 42, lipase 124, urinary PH 6.5,specific gravity 0.014, negative for blood cells 3,white cell is last for one.IMAGING: CT abdomen pelvic shows 5mm abstract right proximal ureter stone, there is right side hydronephrosis, and proximal hydroureter, the lung basis demonstrates dependent atelectasis calcification in the pancreas. There are laying of gout stones, shows 4mm stones atthe proximal right ureter.HOSPITAL COURSE: the patient was admitted in emergency services because of the new right ureter stones. CT was performed on admission which the localized the stone at the right