Sana Fayyaz, Sonia Maqbool, Dr Waqar Hussain
Since ancient times, the use of many forms of intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD) is common. The incidence of excavation of uterus and transforming of IUCD for surrounding organs is infrequent. Whereas, the complexity of intravesical transferring of IUCD with the development of secondary stone is distinctive. In this case study, a female with 35 years of age is presented. She was found with this complexity. She was found with indications of the lower urinary tract, some days earlier. Nine years earlier, she had an intrauterine contraceptive device (Copper – T) placement. The ultrasonographic scan was carried out. The stone bladder was identified and it was considered as the reason of her indications. Open cystolithotomy was performed and vesical calculus of T-shaped was restored. Keywords: IUCD, Intrauterine, Contraceptive, Intravesical, Calculus and T-Shaped.