Figure 1: Plain film shows a long radiopaque density (11.5 cm) suggesting a giant ureteral stone in the pelvic area (a). The CT scan of the abdomen shows a left giant ureteral stone measuring 11.5 cm causing ureteral obstruction and other stones 2.5 cm in size in the lower pole of ipsilateral kidney and 7 mm in size in distal part of right ureter (b).